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Visit the Museum’s permanent Explore Oxford galleries at the front of the Town Hall, to discover the story of Oxford and its people.
The Museum also offers an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions. Based in the Town Hall Gallery and Gallery Corridor, these range from exhibitions by local artists to exhibitions curated by local community groups.
For Gallery opening times see visiting the Museum. The Gallery Corridor is open when the Town Hall is open.
Poseytude Gallery presents, in association with Oxfordshire Artweeks, Emerging artists and finalists of "Change the World" art competition displaying original contemporary art. Original paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture and mixed media art will be available to view and buy.
Visit the Poseytude website.
Photographs of the new World War 1 play by Jeremy Allen ‘While They’re Away’, taken by James Sutton. A joint project with the Museum of Oxford and Under Construction Theatre.
An exhibition of original paintings by Keith Jansz, Member Artist of the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists. www.keithjansz.com
A series of photos taken by Oxford residents during their visits to Palestine. The images outline the changing nature of life in Palestine over the years and illustrates the connections between this city and Palestine. Visit the website for more details.
27 June – 22 July
An exhibition to celebrate the work of Mark Wood, a painter, cartoonist and musician with a long history of mental health problems who died in August 2013. He took great delight in the Oxfordshire countryside and wildlife and felt very strongly about ecological issues and the need to protect the planet from further harm.
Views and people of Oxford from Urban Sketchers.
O3 Gallery and Oxford Castle Quarter are launching the new and exciting Oxford Art Prize; an open art competition to celebrate Oxford city’s unique culture, natural beauty and heritage. Finished pieces will be displayed in the Gallery where they will be judged and available to buy.
28 July – 20 August
An exhibition by primary schools, secondary schools and children from local learning disability charities working with Brookes University creating modern interpretations of the Magna Carta.
An exhibition of forty objects selected by the local community to tell the story of their city. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Museum of Oxford has been working with local people and community groups to bring together objects which reflect their experiences and memories of Oxford over the past four decades. Visitors will be able to explore Oxford’s recent history through everyday objects, historic artefacts and personal mementoes. 40 Years, 40 Objects will also feature an exciting spotlight loan from a national museum and artwork and digital stories created especially for the exhibition.
Throughout the summer of 2015, we will be looking for objects to include in the exhibition through a busy programme of community workshops and outreach events. To get involved, come along to our community collecting day on 20 June in The Old Museum or catch the Museum outreach team at a range of city events including the Oxford Summer Mela on Saturday 13 June and Cowley Road Carnival on Sunday 5 July.
Collections of 40 things we love about Oxford. Expect poetry and photographs amongst other medium as part of our 40th anniversary celebrations. Supported by thebestofoxford
From 2014, the Museum of Oxford will offer a special Gallery package throughout May or June to international exchange exhibitions linked to our twin cities.
For more information about this package, download the information pack below.
Page last updated 8 May 2015