This talk by Brigadier David Chaundler, who led 2nd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, as a Lt-Colonel during the conflict will be available on the museum’s website from 7.00pm on Wednesday, 18th May 2022
Experience the power of the red of the Tudors, the utopian white of Abstraction, the secret formula of International Klein Blue, and Mondrian’s dynamic combination of all three.
Join Mrs Bun the Baker’s Easter online cooking club for seven bake-alongs featuring a range of Easter goodies and meals.
The talk features PRB artwork; the iconic ‘Alice’ illustrations of John Tenniel; Lewis Carroll’s quirky originals; his exceptional photographic portraits of Combe, and more.
This talk examines the fascinating relationship between food production, tourism and politics in Oxford city in the 19th century.
This talk is the first in a series promoting the ‘Library of you’ fundraising campaign in the run up to the new Museum of Oxford opening.
This talk will consider how the Pre-Raphaelite artist, poet and model Elizabeth Siddal was inspired by historical and modern English literature in her artworks.
In her talk Fiona Mann will discuss the complexities faced by Burne-Jones in working with traditional materials such as vellum, silverpoint and gold.
Explore the methods behind the delicate and exquisite drawings of Rossetti. Drawing is a way of visual thinking that is essential for everyone.
The annual city-wide celebration of dance provides an opportunity for participants to actively engage in high-quality dance, through an exciting programme of activities.
The project explores a sense of hopelessness, deja vu, resilience and a renewed spirit of hope in the struggles for equality, justice and freedom.
Oxford Brookes University will be hosting a panel debate to mark Earth Day 2021 and explore this years’ theme: ‘restore our planet’.