Educational Body

The Ruskin School of Art

Oxford, United Kingdom


  • 128 Bullingdon Road
  • Oxford OX4 1QP
  • United Kingdom

Opening times

Opening: Friday 17 June, 6 - 10pm
Continues: Until Wednesday 22 June, 12 - 6pm daily.

Travel Information

Bus: Oxford Tube, frequent times, 100 minutes from London to Oxford. Drop at St Clements stop and it is a 10 minutes walk.
Train: Frequent direct trains travel from London Paddington, Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly and Liverpool Lime Street. The journey time takes approx. 1hr from London. Many visitors prefer to take the speedier option of a taxi from the station to either the High Street or Bullingdon Road, however buses are also available from the station. You need to ask for the Cowley Road stop.


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Artists: Neil Carroll, Paul Crook, Abigail Fletcher-Drye, Fritha Jenkins, Alicia Reyes McNamara, Claire Potter, Minhong Pyo, Aaron Tan, Samuel Thomson, Ben Woodmansee

The Ruskin Show 2016 will feature the inaugural MFA graduate exhibition at the school’s new premises at 128 Bullingdon Road, alongside the BFA show. This marks the culmination of an intensive, interdisciplinary MFA course in the practice of contemporary art. The graduating batch of  students, under the guidance of Corin Sworn, John Cussans, Claudia Sarnthein, Gil Leung and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, have given shape to a course which had previously existed only on paper. In the nine months, the students have been challenged to interrogate their individual practices in a demanding studio-based environment. The MFA graduate exhibition will be an articulation of these challenges, manifesting in a variety of mediums and approaches to art making, and forged through the supportive and rigorous sociality of mutual participation.

To raise funds for the exhibition, the MFA graduates have each produced limited edition screen prints that will be sold in a handcrafted portfolio. The portfolio is made possible by the guidance of print artists Oona Grimes and Graeme Hughes, at The Ruskin School of Art's new print facility at the recently opened Bullingdon Road site.

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Exhibiting Artists