Ruskin - Institutions

Institutions

  • Anglia Ruskin University, in Cambridge, England
  • "The Ruskin", the colloquial short form for the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford University
  • Ruskin College, Oxford, an adult education college named after John Ruskin
  • Ruskin Gallery, in Sheffield
  • Ruskin Museum, in Coniston, Cumbria
  • Ruskin Pottery, an English pottery studio in operation between 1898 and 1935
  • Ruskin Hall, a residence hall at the University of Pittsburgh and a National Historic Place

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