May 2020 was an exciting month as we presented our first ever virtual festival and we hope you enjoyed exploring the studios, exhibitions and art of Oxfordshire’s artists over the last few weeks. Although the festival dates have now passed, the festival content will stay on-line for the entire summer so you can continue to enjoy Oxfordshire artists' art at your leisure.
The 38th Oxfordshire Artweeks Festival kicks off this weekend as, for the first time, a virtual festival packed with
• a continually-changing selection of fresh art
• on-line art trails to take you from studio to studio
• video tours of exhibitions
• and insights into artists’ thoughts and processes.
New: daily themed art trails daily during May. Take a trip to the coast or into Wonderland....
Oxfordshire Artweeks is the UK’s oldest and biggest open studios and pop-up exhibition event: in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, the 38th festival — taking place from 2nd-25th May — is moving on-line.
In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 festival — taking place from 2nd-25th May — is moving on-line.
The board of Oxfordshire Artweeks are delighted to announce that Wheatley printmaker Rose Bradford is the winner of the 2020 Artweeks Mary Moser prize, an annual award established to honour Mary Moser’s commitment to Artweeks and to further the career of a professional artist who has taken up art as a second career later in life.