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Exhibition

In-Site artists responding to the Ashmolean Museum 12 June – 17 June | 9am-6pm The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology Admission free Participating artists: Farniyaz Zaker Natalie Sanderson Nicola Brandt Vid Simoniti Jessica Draper Charles Ogilvie Mariah Lookman Robert

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Exhibition

In-Site artists responding to the Ashmolean Museum 12 June – 17 June | 9am-6pm The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology Admission free Participating artists: Farniyaz Zaker Natalie Sanderson Nicola Brandt Vid Simoniti Jessica Draper Charles Ogilvie Mariah Lookman Robert

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Exhibition statement

John Ruskin, the famous Victorian writer and art critic, opened the Ruskin School of Drawing within what was then called the University Galleries – The Ashmolean Museum to be – in 1871. It remained there for more than a century,

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Exhibition statement

John Ruskin, the famous Victorian writer and art critic, opened the Ruskin School of Drawing within what was then called the University Galleries – The Ashmolean Museum to be – in 1871. It remained there for more than a century,

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Symposium

“Art as a Mode of Enquiry” is a graduate symposium organised by the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford. The two-day interdisciplinary conference will take place on the weekend of the 16-17th June 2012. Drawing on

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Symposium

“Art as a Mode of Enquiry” is a graduate symposium organised by the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford. The two-day interdisciplinary conference will take place on the weekend of the 16-17th June 2012. Drawing on

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Symposium schedule

Saturday 16th June, 2012 The Auditorium, St. John’s College, University of Oxford 9.30-10.00 Registration 10.00-11.20 Keynote lecture: Professor Adrian Piper (APRA Berlin): “On the Very Idea of Artistic Research” 11.20-11.40 Coffee 11.40-12.20 Kate Aspinall (East Anglia): “Vocation or Profession? The

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Symposium schedule

Saturday 16th June, 2012 The Auditorium, St. John’s College, University of Oxford 9.30-10.00 Registration 10.00-11.20 Keynote lecture: Professor Adrian Piper (APRA Berlin): “On the Very Idea of Artistic Research” 11.20-11.40 Coffee 11.40-12.20 Kate Aspinall (East Anglia): “Vocation or Profession? The