Events on 14th Oct 2017

Events for 14th Oct 2017

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  • Journeys to Oxford on a banner surrounding a globe.

    Exhibition - Journeys to Oxford

    • Date: 12th June 2017 - 4th November 2017
    • Every day
    • Location: Gallery, Museum of Oxford
    • Time: 10:00 - 17:00
    • Cost: FREE

    A community exhibition celebrating the vibrant contributions made to the cultural life of Oxford by those who have travelled to the city to live, work, visit and study. Featuring photographs, objects, textiles, art, creative writing, sculpture, oral history and archival materials created and chosen by Oxford’s communities, this exhibition is an inspiring insight into the journeys made to Oxford by people from all over the world. The project has included partnerships with the Migration Museum Project, Oxford Hindu Temple Project, Refugee Resource, Oxford Polish Society, BKLUWO, Cowley Road Carnival, and Bayards Hill Primary School.

    Please note that we are not open on Sundays. 

  • Architecture Town Hall 18

    Inside Oxford Town Hall

    • Date: 14th October 2017
    • Location: Gift Shop, Museum of Oxford
    • Time: 11:00 - 12:00
    • Cost: £4/£4.50/£5

    Tour of the Town Hall 14/10/17

    Join the Museum of Oxford as we take you on a tour around Oxford’s magnificent Town Hall. To book onto a tour, please call 01865 252334, visit our shop or email museum@oxford.gov.uk.

    We can also offer bespoke tours for groups, including an option to have tea and scones in The Old Museum.

  • Jonathan Moss cn1 oil on canvas

    International Weekend

    • Date: 14th October 2017
    • Location: Various locations
    • Time: 14:00 - 19:00
    • Cost: Various

    A weekend of art, ideas, and music from four of Oxford's twin cities.

    The weekend will kick off with an preview event for 'Material World' - an exhibition by eight artists from Oxford, Leiden, Bonn, Grenoble and Perm on the theme of environmental issues. The exhibition has travelled from Grenoble (2016) and been developed to include works from Leiden, Bonn and Perm by local artist Diana Bell.

    Following the opening, journalist, campaigner and former Ecologist editor Oliver Tickell will give a talk on 'The Problem with Plastic'. Vibrant gypsy jazz musicians Drôle de Swing from Grenoble will round off the day with a gig alongside local musicians.

    On Sunday, there's another chance to view the exhibition, followed by a concert from East Oxford Communtiy Choir, who have a long-standing link with Grenoble, and the Isis Orchestra.

    Saturday 14 October 2017

    2-4.30pm: Official Opening of the exhibition ‘Material World’ including music from Drole de Swing (Grenoble)

    The Cloister Gallery
    SJE Arts, Iffley Road 

    5.30–6.30pm: Environmental talk: ‘The Problem with Plastic’ from Oliver Tickell

    St. Clements Family Centre, Cross Street

    7.30-10pm: Drôle de Swing + local Oxford bands

    St. Clements Family Centre, Cross Street

    Sunday 15 October 2017

    12–7pm: ‘Material World’ Exhibition open.

    The Cloister Gallery
    SJE Arts , Iffley Road 

    5pm: Concert - East Oxford Community Choir with the Isis Orchestra

    SJE Church, Iffley Road 

  • Material World - Exhibition

    • Date: 14th October 2017 - 30th October 2017
    • Every day
    • Location: SJE Arts Iffley Road Oxford
    • Time: 12:00 - 18:00
    • Cost: Free

    Artworks by artists from Oxford, Bonn, Grenoble, Leiden and Perm on the theme 'Material World'.

    This international exhibition will include work from four Oxford artists as well as an artist representing some of our twin cities : Bonn, Grenoble and Perm.  Although art exchanges have been going on for years this is the first time that artists from our different twin cities have worked together. The theme is Material World and each artist has developed the theme in a different way.

    Eric Margery from Grenoble is presenting an installation of jelly fish made from paper.  He uses paper in much of his work, so that he is talking about the environment without using new materials.  A similar approach is made by Madi Acharya-Baskerville from Oxford who uses found objects which hold a memory and then she reinvents them to become something of the future. Diana Bell also uses found man-made materials and combines them with natural materials, so that we look at them in a new way.

    Susanne Krell from Bonn is showing work from a  project which took her to many different places in the world.  She records the history of the buildings she visits by taking rubbings or frottage and combines these with photographs. Jonathan Moss from Oxford creates beautiful prints and paintings which explore the importance of quiet contemplation in a chaotic world.

    Brook and Black are a partnership of two Oxford artists showing a video projection. Their work often has themes of home and for this exhibition they take the theme to its minimal meaning and show the movement of a simple bed sheet with all its associations.

    And finally Inna Rogova from Perm shows a slide show of her ceramic work which focuses on seeds and nuts that have hidden spaces inside them.

    The Opening Event for the exhibition is on Saturday 14 October from 2-4.30pm, including live music.

    Exhibition open daily, 12-6pm.  Late opening: 15 Oct 12-7pm; 20,24,28th Oct 12-8pm.

    The exhibition forms part of a weekend of international culture - for more details, see our events page.

  • Oxford Uncovered Family Trail

    • Date: 7th January 2016 - 31st January 2020
    • Every day
    • Location: Gift Shop, Museum of Oxford
    • Time: 10:00 - 16:30
    • Cost: Free

    Meet the people who lived on our doorstep with this family trail around the Explore Oxford galleries. Suitable for all the family to do together.

    Available 10am to 4.30pm. Monday to Saturday. Museum of Oxford is closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays. 

    Trail FREE from the Museum Gift Shop.