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Cowley Road Carnival 2022 cancelled amidst uncertain future

Cowley Road Carnival 2022 cancelled amidst uncertain future

Cowley Road Works, the charity behind the event, says it’s ‘beginning a period of change’ and has decided to take a break from delivering a Carnival in 2022.
Registration is open for Bike Oxford 2022

Registration is now open for Bike Oxford 2022

Now in its 9th year, local businesses are being encouraged to use the sponsorship opportunities available as a ‘pedal-powered’ vehicle for good.
Tutankhamun: Excavating the Archive - A new exhibition opens at Weston Library, Oxford to mark centenary of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb

New exhibition opens to mark centenary of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb

In celebration of 100 years since the discovery of the tomb of this young king, the Bodleian Libraries are pleased to announce a special exhibition covering this momentous event in Egypt’s history with fresh eyes.
As Chosen By…. exhibition by Kate Friend

As Chosen By…. exhibition by Kate Friend comes to the Cotswolds

The Tithe Barn at Thyme - the boutique hotel and ’village within a village’ destination - is delighted to host the exhibition of botanical portraits.
Oxford’s iconic Headington Shark is now a heritage site

Oxford’s iconic Headington Shark is now a heritage site (despite owner’s objections)

The artwork has long been a local landmark, but the council’s new heritage site designation is simultaneously lampooning its anti-establishment message – and drawing criticism from the artist’s family.
New exhibition at Blenheim Palace to showcase Churchill’s friendship with artist Paul Maze

New exhibition at Blenheim Palace to showcase Churchill’s friendship with artist Paul Maze

Blenheim Palace is hosting a new exhibition showcasing Winston Churchill’s love of painting and lifelong friendship with renowned Anglo-French artist Paul Maze
‘Sculpture in the Gardens’ returns to Greys Court for 5th year

‘Sculpture in the Gardens’ returns to Greys Court for 5th year

The Oxford Sculptors Group will return to exhibit on the grounds of Greys Court with a variety of sculptures available to purchase on display in the charming setting of the walled gardens.
Church Hanborough sculptor publishes book about a life in art

Local sculptor publishes book ‘Drawn From Life’ about a life in art

Drawn From Life: The Ruskin Diaries, 1949-53, is the genesis story of a life in art based on diaries written by a would-be artist, Steve Hurst, growing from a child into a man.
Marta Bastianelli wins first stage of AJ Bell Women’s Tour in Banbury / 2022 Women’s Tour Cycle Race Grand Finale

2022 Women’s Tour cycling race set for Oxfordshire finale

Stage six of Britain’s biggest and longest-running international women’s cycling stage race will start in Chipping Norton before culminating in Oxford city centre.
Oklahoma! by Oxfordshire Youth Music Theatre Production

Oxfordshire Youth Music Theatre presents…Oklahoma!

The talented singers, actors, and dancers will be performing their rendition of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic from 31 March to 02 April at the Radley College Theatre.