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Is pottery the new art? Oxford Ceramics Fair is back this weekend with demonstrations...

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"If you want to see contemporary pottery in its most diverse and accessible form, then Oxford Ceramics Fair is that snapshot," potter Dylan Bowen tells me. Having exhibited...

Are you the next David Bailey? If so enter ‘Beautiful Blenheim’ International Garden...

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All you budding photographers out there need to polish your lenses because The International Garden Photographer of the Year has relaunched a unique special award in partnership...

Animal personalities shine out in autumnal exhibition Rustlings by illustrator Catherine Rayner at Sarah...

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"It came about quite quickly because as soon as I realised it was seasonal I was immediately inspired,” Catherine Rayner says about the 28 pieces in her...

The first ever Chipping Norton Arts Festival begins on Saturday headlined by global art...

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Culturally, Chipping Norton seemed to have it all, a burgeoning literary festival, a rich musical line-up, and its own famous theatre. But now, thanks to Andrew Wildman and...

The Ruskin master returns: John Newberry’s exhibition at The North Wall is a departure...

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A large window overlooking the street, in the former Oxford Library in Bonn Square, fascinated retired Ruskin teacher John Newberry. And so 'Westgate' was born, one of the...

A working gold toilet, Mini Me and Hitler. Just some of Italian artist Maurizio...

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Always controversial, ambitious, brilliant and brazen, Blenheim Art Foundation will continue to enthral as it opens Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan's new solo exhibition Victory is Not an...

“It’s just part of you. I don’t think of it as a job.” Sarah...

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The artist Sarah Spackman is dressed in a navy canvas jacket, jeans and DMs, her glasses hiding a pertinent pair of eyes, totally absorbed in the task...

The value of colour: Oxford artist Robin Stewart’s new exhibition ‘The Inner Life’ at...

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Robin Stewart’s fascination with the language of paint began at a young age, when he was given his first set of paints. “I must have been no more than...

A FEAST OF THE SENSES – Why The Ashmolean’s new Pompeii exhibition is its...

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It is a tale of two cities, The Ashmolean’s new exhibition Last Supper In Pompeii. But it is also a story about a boy. A boy who was...
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