Photograph of a number of biospheres in the Ruskin Gallery, from Joaquin Fargas' The Biosphere Project

Ruskin Gallery

The Ruskin Gallery is a unique exhibition space, surrounded by the artists' studios of Cambridge School of Art. It's open to all: drop in year-round to enjoy a range of free exhibitions.

Image: ‘The Biosphere Project’ exhibition by Joaquin Fargas


In line with the Government's Covid-19 directives, the Ruskin Gallery is closed to the general public for the foreseeable future. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Virtual exhibitions

The Ruskin Gallery is supporting all our students who require an exhibition experience as part of their course by hosting simulated exhibitions throughout the academic year. The students plan, curate, install and document the simulated exhibition exactly as they would a ‘normal’ one, while adhering to COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Owing to current events, the Ruskin Gallery is closed to the general public, but you can keep up with our latest news on Twitter, and see some of our virtual exhibitions on Instagram.

Plan your visit

You'll find the Ruskin Gallery at the heart of our campus on East Road, Cambridge.

Exhibition calendar Where to find us Opening times and access

About the gallery

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