Studio Artists In Their Natural Habitat

Our Studio Art students are hard at work in the University of Oxford’s Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, preparing pieces for their final exhibition.

The Ruskin School was founded in 1871. It was originally located in the world-renowned Ashmolean Museum, until it moved to its current location at 74 High Street next to the University’s Examination Schools.

The Ruskin School hosts a series of exhibitions every term, showcasing the multi-media work of Oxford Fine Art students. Our students will be holding their exhibition at the Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy. We are looking forward to seeing the artists of the future!