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Arts at the Old Fire Station

Type: Art Centre | Gallery
40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ, UK

Ashmolean Museum

Type: Museum
Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2LN, UK

Fusion Arts

Type: Art Centre | Gallery

Community arts centre

East Oxford Community Centre, 44B Princess Street, OX4 1DD

History of Science Museum

Type: Museum
History of Science Museum, Broad Street, Oxford, UK

Maison Française d’Oxford

Type: Gallery

French research centre

2 Norham Road, OX2 6SE

Modern Art Oxford

Type: Art Centre | Gallery

Located in one of the world’s great cities of learning, Modern Art Oxford is a leading contemporary art space with an international reputation for innovative and ambitious programming. We promote creativity in all its visual forms as an agent of social change. Our programmes, both in person and online, are shaped by a belief in dialogue between contemporary art and ideas, and celebrate the relevance of contemporary visual culture to society today.

Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke St, Oxford OX1 1BP, UK

Museum of Natural History

Type: Museum
Wardens Lodgings, Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3PG, UK


Type: Art Centre | Gallery

OVADA facilitates experimental visual arts research and practice as well as professional development opportunities for both emerging and established artists. We also seek to promote critical debate and the exchange of ideas without prescribed outcomes. We offer an interdisciplinary programme of inclusive exhibitions events and educational opportunities that aim to develop new and diverse audiences for contemporary visual arts practice.

14 Osney Lane, Oxford OX1 1NJ, UK

Pitt Rivers Museum

Type: Museum
Pitt Rivers Museum, South Parks Road, Oxford, UK

PMB | ART – Pembroke College JCR Art Collection

Type: Gallery

Pembroke Art Gallery is host to the Pembroke College JCR Art Collection, which is made up of over 350 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawing and photographs. Founded in 1947 by undergraduate students the collection has grown to include works by some of the most notable post-war British artists such as Sir Terry Frost, Dame Elisabeth Frink, Lynn Chadwick, Humphrey Spender, Duncan Grant, Mary Fedden, Graham Clarke, Christopher Orr, Dominic Greaves, John Piper, Julian Trevelyan and Patrick Heron. We host exhibitions during the academic term time, usually showcasing 3-5 exhibitions a year. Each year we programme collection displays and thematic exhibitions; a solo-exhibition of our Emery Prize winner; student artwork displays; and exhibitions featuring contemporary artists. Alongside the gallery programme we offer artist talks, special events and private group tours. Pembroke Art Gallery is open on selected days during term time to view the exhibitions. The Gallery is free for all, students and public, and special group or academic study visits can be arranged with the Curator. The Pembroke College JCR Art Collection and Pembroke Art Gallery are run by the Pembroke College JCR Art Fund, a charitable company. Instagram: @pembrokejcrart

5 Brewer Street, Oxford OX1 1QN, UK

The Barn Gallery, St John’s College

Type: Gallery

University college

St Giles', Oxford OX1 3JP, UK

The North Wall Arts Centre

Type: Art Centre

The North Wall is an arts centre with a vibrant public programme of theatre, music, comedy, dance, virtual & digital arts and family shows. The programme places an emphasis on new and innovative work, offering an alternative to the mainstream. The venue is based on the campus of St. Edward’s School in the heart of Summertown. Built on the site of a Victorian swimming pool, the site was converted by leading architects Haworth Tompkins, winning several architectural awards, and opened in 2007. The arts centre offers a 200-seat theatre space as well as a public art gallery. Exhibitions change every three weeks, and admission is free.

South Parade, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7JN, UK The gallery reopens this Autumn with Diana Forster's exhibition "Such a Long Journey", an exhibition that tells the story of Diana's mother and grandmother's journey as Polish refugees during WWII from Poland to Siberia and eventually to East Africa. We then welcome back The Society of Wood Engravers who will stage their hugely popular annual exhibition. Jon Rowland's wonderful paintings then adorn the gallery in October. The North Wall is again part of the Photo Oxford festival with the exhibition "Fourteen", an ArtsLab project led by The North Wall's Propellor Artist Philippa James. St Edward's School stage their annual mixed pupil exhibition before we welcome the printmakers Lizzie Wheeler, Sue Wheeler and Manja Scott to the gallery during December.

Weston Library

Type: Library | Museum
Weston Library, Oxford OX1 3BG, UK

Photo Oxford

This year’s theme Women & Photography: Ways of Seeing and Being Seen celebrates women behind and in front of the lens – photographers, photographic subjects, curators, researchers, and collectors.  It features exhibitions, displays, talks, workshops and other events in venues, outdoors and online. The festival brings together local, national and international photography.

Information about other exhibitions, displays, events and interviews for the Photo Oxford 2020 festival can be viewed on