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Oxfordshire Artweeks

Oxfordshire Artweeks


Explore amazing art in wonderful places across Oxfordshire! And all for free!

With art exhibitions and artist open studios in hundreds of interesting places throughout May and in the run up to Christmas, you can discover Oxfordshire’s creative talent in painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, glass art and more.

For three weeks, a thousand artists and designer-makers throw open doors in every corner of the county and welcome you in - to artists’ studios, homes, galleries and other interesting places including manor houses, a medieval tithe barn, and a 1930s barge on the river Thames.
Oxfordshire Artweeks is a nationally-renowned ‘open studios’ event, an opportunity to enjoy the visual arts in a relaxed &friendly way: meet the makers, hear their stories, see their materials and watch them in action. Seize the chance to have a go yourself!

With painting, print-making, photography, ceramics, silversmithing, sculpture, textiles, glass art, fashion and furniture and so much more, there’s something for everyone:whether you’re a seasoned arts enthusiast or an interested newcomer, you’ll be inspired, diverted and delighted. And you can even choose an original work of art to take home!

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Free entry

For the 2016 Christmas Season, dozens of art venues will be open throughout November and December, hosting Christmas Fairs and pop-up exhibitions.
In 2017, the May festival will run from 6th-29th:
South Oxfordshire 6th-14nd; North Oxfordshire from 13th-21st May; Oxford City from 20th-29th. Standard opening times 11-6pm everyday but times may vary from venue to venue. Please check


400 venues across the county during May,

Art Exhibition, free entry



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Map reference: SP 513061  Lat: 51.75190 Long: -1.25780

Oxfordshire Artweeks is located around 400 venues across the county throughout May.


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