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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.
An exhibition of black and white portraits of local residents of Kabul by Oxford photographer Roger Gilboy.
Accompanied by a series of colour photographs showing them in context with their surroundings.
Elena Henshaw is an Oxford-based figurative artist with interest in various subjects from portraiture to still-life and landscape. This exhibition features a series of colourful small works in a traditional, multi-layered technique in oil paints, unusually decorated with chunky, oak frames.
Tutti Frutti explores the variety of colourful imagery that is presented to us through seemingly mundane objects such as fruit and vegetables.
A community exhibition which invites visitors to see the city in a new light.
Bringing together artwork and displays created by local community groups and young people, exploring their experiences of the city around them. Including work by local Traveller communities, Isis Academy, Oxfordshire Learning and Skills, Oxford Roller Derby Team, and young people from Barton and Littlemore. Oxford through Our Eyes also showcases work from the Lost Voices of Oxford’s Great War Project and the Cowley Road Carnival Creative Signposting Project. Come prepared to see things differently and be surprised!
The exhibition includes a display of textiles, photography and artwork capturing stories from two of Oxfordshire's Traveller communities. Linking to a complimentary exhibition at the Pitt Rivers Museum, from 5 December 2014 - 18 January 2015. Read more about the Oxfordshire Travellers' Stories Project here.
Paintings and prints by Oxford artist Andrew Manson.
An exhibition featuring the changing seasons of Oxford and the local characters of this vivid and exciting city.
The works feature Oxford's prominent landmarks and lesser-known places throughout spring, summer, autumn and winter in Andrew's technicolour unique style.
AIMS is a group of artists who are sufferers or survivors of mental health conditions. The group was formed a decade ago and has exhibited together annually since.
The group exhibit paintings, drawings, photography, sculptures and poetry. Their work is very varied but always colourful, interesting and imaginative.
They also have various degrees of training from outsider artists to formally trained ones but they are all united in their desire to create and to use this creativity to benefit their lives.
From 2014, the Museum of Oxford will offer a special Gallery package throughout May to international exchange exhibitions linked to our twin cities.
For more information about this package, download the information pack below.
Page last updated 26 November 2014