Media coverage (2015)

Kate Hopkins Searle on Oxfordshire magazine

Here's a selection of some of the feature and news articles about Oxfordshire Artweeks and Artweeks artists in 2015.

January
In the Bleak Midwinter
A look at two Artweeks artists who are inspired by cold and inhospitable environments.

February
The Magic of the Artist's Studio
A reflection on the secret spaces in which the creative process takes place.
Artist's Books: Each a Minature Gallery
Turn the pages of three Oxfordshire artists and hear their stories.

March
The Natural World Awakens
A look at rural Oxfordshire as it pushes into spring.
Art for all to enjoy.
A peek at what's coming in the Banbury Guardian.
High Tides reaches our Shores.
A look at the Artweeks april exhibition 'Oxford's Sea View' in the Oxford Mail.

April
The Sea at Oxfordshire Artweeks
A feature about the Artweeks April exhibition,bringing a coastline to Oxfordshire!
Get Prepared for Oxfordshire Artweeks.
Some ideas about starting to plan your May visiting, from OX magazine.
Antonia Bruce at Art Jericho.
A review of dancing cyanotype cornstalks in this forthcoming Artweeks exhibition.
Artweeks is 'a treat'.
For Art's Sake column coverage in The Oxford Times.
Studio doors open as city celebrates its art.
The Oxford Mail gives a quick overview of some of the exhibitions in prepartion for Artweeks.
Artists open their doors for Artweeks.
The Banbury Guardian looks ahead as Artweeks approaches.
All the art for everyone.
Anne James takes a look at the vast range of art on offer around the county at this year’s Artweeks event.
An introduction to Artweeks in The Oxford Times.
Esther Lafferty, Festival Director of Oxfordshire Artweeks, encourages you to visit artists from textile designers to ceramicists.
Melanie Charles brings Mooving Pictures to Artweeks.
Stuart Macbeth meets an Artweeks debutante whose chosen field is paintings of cows.
A Profile of Philip Koomen, the Professional dreamer.
An in-depth interview with Checkendon's Artweeks furniture designer-maker Philip Koomen.
Home is where the art is.
The Banbury Cake previews Artweeks as its doors open in the North of the county.

May
Oxford Times Limited Edition Artweeks Supplement.
Twenty pages of glossy feature articles about a surprising range of Artweeks artists and their work, from ceramic shoes to model boats, and even hear how concrete can surpass marble for beauty (yes, really)!
The Magic of Artweeks.
OX Magazine offers some ideason where to start with Artweeks visiting.
Art that's Good Enough to Eat.
OX Magazine looks at the breadth of art inspired by delicious dining!
Fairtrade Goods become Works of Art for Show.
The Oxford Mail & other local papers report of St Michael at the Northgate's exhibition for Artweeks.
Students' Nature-inspired Artwork put on Display.
The Oxford Times look at an Artweeks exhibition put on by Wood Farm Primary School in Headington.
Photo Exhibition Highlights the Work of Farm Volunteers.
The Oxford Times reports on the FarmAbility exhibition in Wytham.
Artists Open Their Studios to the Public This Week.
The Herald Series (Didcot, Wantage & Grove, Wallingford and Abingdon) looks ahead at South Oxfordshire Artweeks.
Profile: Frances Brann - Art Inspired by Travelling.
An in-depth interview with Artweeks arctic painter from Burcot, Frances Brann.
Things to do this May Bank Holiday Weekend.
A recommendation to come Artweeksing in The Telegraph!

June
The Colours of Summer.
The OX Magazine looks at the Gods of Colour in the Ashmolean and the local artists inspired by gardens.

July
Art in the arboretum.
Artweeks artists take part in the giant Art-in-Action event at waterperry Gardens this July.
Fresh perspectives on an old city. Artweeks artists take new inspiration from our magnificent city.

September
Japan in Oxfordshire.

October
The Thames in Textiles
A group of textile artists are inspired by the 'liquid' history flowing through the county.
Wantage, Words and (not just) Betjeman
Read about the beauty of words, celebrated in an exhibition of recent illustrations by lettering artist Lin Kerr.

You can also view our 2014 media coverage archive.