The best way to view the breadth of work we do is on our website below.
We pride ourselves on our versatility & unique mix of transferrable skills.
Rice Design is dedicated to making a difference for future generations!
Utilising the arts as a vehicle to promote positive change!
I've attached a little more information about our own aims & objectives!
Arts at the Old Fire Station is a charity and social enterprise in the heart of Oxford, offering a range of performances and exhibitions for everyone, support for emerging artists and enterprising ways to sustain and develop art as a business.
We have a shop selling original artwork, a gallery with a wide range of exhibitions, a theatre offering music and drama, a studio for all kinds of dance and workshops for artists to make work. We also have space to hire for classes, rehearsals and meetings.
Carnival in the Park on Sunday 4th July will host a number of diverse food and non-food stalls (including clothing, art, crafts, gifts, not-for-profit organisations, workshops, demonstrations, music/cds, books, innovative, environmentally - friendly activities, information-only stalls, charities and relaxation services and many, many more.... There will also be a ticketted event on Saturday 3rd, details still being finalised.
Kennington Artists is a newly formed group, who exhibited their art for the first time during this year's artweeks, in St Swithun's Church Hall, Kennington. We are a local group, mainly living in Kennington, Sandford-on-Thames and Radley. Our work comprises a variety of mediums, including photography, hand made felt, prints, fabric embroidery and appliqué, silver jewelry, watercolours, oils, and acrylics. The art covers a wide variety of themes, that can be seen on our website www.kenningtonartists.co.uk
OVADA (Oxfordshire Visual Arts Development Agency) exists to facilitate and promote access to high quality visual arts for all the residents of and visitors to Oxfordshire. We aim to put artists, the development of their practice and its successful promotion to audiences at the heart of our work.
In 2012 we are presenting a season of contemporary visual arts featuring artists from Oxfordshire and the surrounding region.
The Boutique Craft Fair is dedicated to working with talented artisans to promote and sell their handmade crafts throughout Oxfordshire and The Cotswolds. Each event is held in a unique stunning venue, and all crafts available have been lovingly handmade by our artisans.
Next Craft Fair:
Saturday 22nd September 2012 at The Corn Exchange in Faringdon, Oxfordshire.
We always welcome applications from artisans, and we'd love to consider you and your handmade delights for our upcoming craft fairs.
Behind the Public Library in South Parade, Summertown, Oxford there is a large sunny garden approximately 100ft by 60ft which nine years ago was transformed from an empty, overgrown and uninviting space into an attractive space for library users where people from near and far can see ever-changing sculpture exhibitions or just sit and enjoy the peace.
It is owned by Oxfordshire County Council who were delighted when shown suggestions for a scheme designed by Katherine Shock that could be used by the public to enhance the local facilities.