29.01.2019 > THE JOHN RUSKIN PRIZE 2019 THEME and selection panel Announced
PRESS RELEASE: THE 5TH JOHN RUSKIN PRIZE CALLS FOR AGENTS OF CHANGE IN BICENTENARY YEAR
In a Press Release on 29.01.19 the prize organisers announced the theme, prizes, partners and selection panel for The John Ruskin Prize 2019. Meet The John Ruskin Prize 2019 Selection Panel here.
29.01.2019 > THE JOHN RUSKIN PRIZE 2019 shortlist exhibition partners announced
PRESS RELEASE: tHE holden gallery, manchester metropolitan university, and the festival of ruskin in manchester announced as prize and programme partners.
The Holden Gallery is situated at the centre of Manchester School of Art, and housed in the original building which was built in 1880. The gallery space has remained an exhibition space since its initial purpose as the Textile Court, and retains many of its original architectural features. The Holden Gallery has a fully curated exhibitions programme that focuses exclusively on recent developments in international contemporary visual art, exploring thematic ideas through the work of key established and mid-career artists.
04.05.2018 > 'drawing democracy' by robin sukatorn launched!
We are thrilled to announce the launch of 'Drawing Democracy' by John Ruskin Prize student winner 2016 Robin Sukatorn, now available to buy in The Ruskin Prize Editions collection.
Featuring over 140 illustrations and 6,000 words of commentary, 'Drawing Democracy' documents ‘democracy in action’. Introductory offer! Receive a complimentary Ruskin Prize 2015/16 catalogue with every purchase of Drawing Democracy.