Bertioli and Bell Hutley have collaborated to launch a range of tableware inspired by a shared love of nature. Take a look at the intricate nexus of nature that has inspired this collection.
As Oxford’s Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) pilot comes into effect, here’s a quick look at what it it and what it means for drivers.
A team of experts have investigated how carbon labelling can influence businesses and consumers in reducing their carbon footprint.
There’s a common perception that video gaming is unhealthy, but a recent report by the Oxford Internet Institute almost certainly has a significant impact on this pop culture phenomenon.
Anglo-American musical group SQUARE HALO has released an album ‘The Lyme Years’ to raise awareness of Lyme disease.
The Pre-Raphaelite exhibition at the Ashmolean offers a rare glimpse into its internationally-renowned collection of Pre-Raphaelite works and the artists in the movement.
The limited edition portraits of 24 celebrities wearing masks during lockdown by award-winning photographer Joanna Vestey are being sold to raise funds for AT The Bus charity.
The virtual charity exhibition will feature work by artists living and working in the UK and aims to raise money for Maggie’s Oxford while also supporting artists.
The exhibition at the Zuleika Gallery in Woodstock presents Nicola’s iconic silkscreen prints, and two brand new works titled Unity I & II created in response to the 2020 United States Presidential election.
Pandemic or not, Oxfordshire had so many stories to tell last year. Join us as we reflect on some of our most-read stories in 2020 – a year full of unexpected challenges.
From spooky to funny, mysterious to silly, this Halloween reading list for older children definitely has a little bit of everything for everyone.
Femke Dekkers’ work is a fascinating exploration of the disparate ways we see things; of how the eye, brain and camera all interpret space differently.