The Oxfordshire Museum is situated in a large 18th Century house in the heart of the historic town of Woodstock. The museum has displays local history, art, archaeology, landscape and wildlife and explores the county's innovative industries from nanotechnology to nuclear power. With interactive exhibits, a lively programme of touring exhibitions, events and activities the museum has something for visitors of all ages.
New for 2011 - During 2011 we will be opening two exciting new galleries:
Victorian Oxfordshire and an Interactive Dinosaur Gallery.
The ethos of the group, is to encourage community music and learning from each other. If you can play any instrument, even a little, you will be encouraged. This is a purely instrumental group.
Learning by ear or from 'dots'...?
We are going to do both. This means that those who are memory challenged can take away crib sheets; but those who learn by ear, will be able to either take away a live recording of the workshop or meeting.
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!
WeGotTickets are the leading ticketing agency in the UK for small to medium sized venues and promoters, and work with over 3000 clients to sell over 500,000 tickets for music, comedy and arts events every year.
Mirren Kessling 16, from the Downs School in Berkshire, began exhibiting her artwork last year after running up a huge mobile phone bill. Initially she sold pages from her GCSE sketchbook but since then has exhibited with Jelly at Reading Contemporary Art Fair, Modern Artists Gallery, Jam Factory Oxford and the Cornerstone Art Centre, the Windsor contemporary Art Fair and Amnesty Art Auction for Art Jericho, Oxford. Mirren is working towards her first solo show at the Jam Factory in February 2011, she won the Ginny Gray Art Idol Competition in September 2010.
Oxford Inspires is the cultural development agency for Oxfordshire.
We create new opportunities for arts and heritage organisations, nurture new festivals and spectacular events and work to engage as many people as possible in exciting and enjoyable cultural experiences, raising Oxfordshire's profile as a cultural destination within the UK and internationally.
We collaborate with cultural organisations across Oxfordshire to support their ambitions and to help them to reach a wider audience.
In a grade 2 listed 18th century mansion and gardens, South Hill Park has been a centre for innovation in the arts since 1973 and is proud of its tradition of nurturing talents. Today, South Hill Park offers 3,000 artistic, musical and theatrical events a year. South Hill Park also offers artistic residencies in silversmithing, printmaking, ceramics and live art, and the residents contribute to the running of over 2000 courses alongside 250 varied workshops, focusing from crafts to digital media. All this attracts an average of 250,000 visitors a year.
Nick Owen spent thirty years helping people through their life changes as a counsellor and psychotherapy teacher. Now he prefers to use creative arts as tools to support people through change and make those transitions into memories they will treasure forever.
He uses his camera to record events, then works on the raw data to turn photography into art. Nick also uses creative writing skills to add poetry or text to the work as and when requested.