Artist Suzanne O’Driscoll on the Didcot Power Station Memorial, Marcham Centre and Oxfordshire Artweeks

How to commemorate both the deaths of the four demolition workers killed at Didcot Power Station in 2006, while noting the historical context of the...

Wallingford Artists celebrate 40 years of Oxfordshire Artweeks with a new Art Trail

From Wittenham Clumps to Henley, in excess of 75 artists and makers from in and around Wallingford are throwing open their doors and welcoming you...

David Williams-Bulkeley’s first UK solo show is selling out before it even opens at...

David Williams-Bulkeley has spent the last four months entirely immersed in finishing the 22 still lifes he's exhibiting at Zuleika Gallery in Woodstock this week.

COMPETITION: Win tickets to new film ‘Pissarro: Father of Impressionism’, Ashmolean exhibition and catalogue!

The success of the Ashmolean's current Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is unarguable, but news that a film has been made of the exhibition, which opens...

‘Celebrating 40 years’ Don’t miss Oxfordshire Artweeks’ vibrant spring show at The Jam Factory...

Don't miss the current Oxfordshire Artweeks vibrant spring show at The Jam Factory in Oxford, by a selection of the 1000 artists involved in the...

OXFORDSHIRE ARTWEEKS 40TH ANNIVERSARY: Taking place in woodlands, community centres, workshops, pop ups and...

The Oxfordshire Artweeks 2022 festival guide is hot off the press and bursting with ideas for the county art festival taking place in open studios...

Tinie and Tom! Local artist Tom Croft stars in BBC1’s ‘Extraordinary Portraits’ as Oxford...

The Oxford Art Society is making headlines again with OAS artist Tom Croft BEM appearing on BBC1 tomorrow night (Sunday March 27) in an exciting...

CELEBRATING WOMEN: 180 works by 81 female artists – Irving Contemporary’s ‘A Room Of...

Bringing together over 180 works by 81 women artists, A Room of Her Own "seeks to be a visual celebration of women and womanhood," Irving Contemporary...

WHAT TO EXPECT: Pissarro Father of Impressionism opens at Oxford’s Ashmolean to great acclaim

Taking on Pissarro, The Father of Impressionism is no mean feat for any curator. But where to start? After all Pissarro was a man and...

EXCLUSIVE: Here We Go – The lowdown on new Oxford art gallery Meakin +...

A huge pink and orange abstract, minimalist painting by Ham Darroch greets you when you first walk into new art gallery Meakin + Parsons on...
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