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Ruskin Degree Shows 2022

We are delighted that, for the first time since 2019, the BFA and MFA Finalists will present their Degree Shows physically, from Saturday 18 to Wednesday 22 June (12 - 6pm daily), at the Ruskin's Bullingdon Road studios.

Ruskin Degree Show 2022 poster

Join us for Ruskin Degree Shows 2022.

Saturday 18 to Wednesday 22 June inclusive, 12.00 - 6.00pm daily

The Ruskin School of Art, 128 Bullingdon Road, Oxford OX4 1QP

This building has step-free access and gender-neutral toilets.  There is no parking on-site, except by prior arrangement for those who require a disabled parking space. 

Please find information about how to get to the Ruskin at this Travel Directions page 

If you can't visit in person, the online degree shows will launch on 17 June 2022 - please visit www.ruskindegreeshows.com

 


 

MFA 

Gold Akanbi - Delphi Campbell - Julian Day - Mort Drew - Lucy Grubb - Emma Hambly - Joy Labinjo - Poppy Jones-Little - Hannah Lim - Eleanor McCullough - Devika Pararasasinghe - Georgica Pettus - Saba Qizilbash - Zining Ren - Colette Sarjano Utama McDonald - Charlotte Southall

 

BFA

Hannah Barton - Megan Beckinsale - Lue Campbell-Smith - Ashley Cluer - Liz Davies - April Dublin-Beeton - Yang Gao - Jenny Gill - Alice Hackney - Sophia Hambleton-Grey - Emma Hawkins - Lisa He - Rowan Ireland - Iszi Kelly - Ananda Kupfer - Michelle Mendieta Mean - Jessamy Money-Kyrle - Lydia Moraitis - Grace Ovenden - Eliza Owen - Chris Roscoe - Tejasbna Sehdev - Filip Sokolowski - Harrison Taylor - Ellie Thompson - Emily Webb

  • This will be the first degree show to take place at the Ruskin since 2019, and the first showing of our cohort’s work together. Having started our degrees just prior to the outbreak of the pandemic, we have had a wobbly sense of place, and our conception of what an art school is has become fractured and slippery. The degree show will be a coming together of different traces of space and perspectives – collage-like, bubbling mishmashes and scrambles of objects and ways of finding meaning, whose origin lies in a time when everything felt unstuck. 

  • We very much look forward to welcoming you! 

  • The BFA graduands of 2022.

Follow our Instagram for regular updates on our Finalists' work: @ruskin_2022 (BFA) and @ruskinmfa (MFA).