New films by current students from the Ruskin School of Fine Art selected by Gil Leung (Ruskin School of Art), Ben Roberts (Modern Art Oxford) and Anjalika Sagar (The Otolith Group). All proceeds go towards supporting the 2016 Ruskin Degree show.
Screening of work by:
Free entry for Ruskin students.
About Ruskin School of Fine Art
Dating from 1871, when John Ruskin first opened his School of Drawing, the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art has enjoyed a variety of guises, and a developing reputation.
As Oxford’s first Slade Professor, Ruskin intended to develop a course for the University leading to a degree in art. Armed with a teaching collection of more than 800 watercolours and drawings and more than 400 prints, including works by Dürer, Tintoretto and Turner, the school was originally housed in the University Galleries.
The school continued its work in what became the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, moving to its current High Street site in 1975.