On Saturday, the Oxfordshire Artweeks festival begins, taking place across the county over three weeks, and all for free.
We're delighted to have been shortlisted for an Oxfordshire Business Award, the Outstanding Visitor Experience Award, sponsored by JACKfm Oxfordshire. What an accolade in our 40th year!
Across the county hundreds of artists, makers and designers are beavering away getting ready for their open studios and pop-up exhibitions in May.
It's time we started spreading the word! This is our March newsletter announcing that it's coming!
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We are delighted to announce that the 2022 festival guide is here - in electronic format - 112 pages packed with more than 1000 artists and makers exhibiting at over 400 venues. You can browse the flipbook here or download a copy below.
Printed copies will be available across the county from the end of March, in libraries, at local information points and other central places.
Oxfordshire Artweeks is the UK’s oldest and biggest open studios event, the first event of this kind to be held in the UK back in 1983, when a small group of artists in Oxford opened their houses to Oxford, and now its flagship. Having imported the idea from the US, over four decades, the county’s artists and makers have grown the event into a three-week festival involving two thousand artists across several hundred venues, from Banbury to Blewbury, Shrivenham to Shiplake.