About the gallery

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The Ruskin Gallery is a unique exhibition space, surrounded by the artists' studios of Cambridge School of Art on Anglia Ruskin University's Cambridge campus. It incorporates a ground-breaking digital gallery - the first of its kind in the UK.

Open to the general public, all exhibitions are free and carefully selected to provide a singular and memorable gallery-going experience.

With its vaulted ceilings, character and light, the Ruskin Gallery is the perfect backdrop for traditional shows, and the new technology (including the world's first Panasonic 103" 3D Full HD plasma screen and a state-of-the-art Bose audio system) has been installed to complement the building's period character. The new digital technology is fully flexible, allowing both traditional hanging and digital viewing, either independently or simultaneously. The area beneath the main exhibition space has been transformed into a photography gallery and there is also an interactive touch-screen information point.

The Ruskin Gallery has an open call policy for exhibitions, currently inviting proposals for the 2016-17 gallery programme.  Please see the Exhibition Proposals page for more information.

Interior view of gallery (courtesy of Google Maps):