Established in 1981 Oxfordshire Artweeks is the country’s biggest and oldest open studio event.With more than 500 participating artists the May festival presents the perfect opportunity to open eyes, minds and imaginations to Oxfordshire and no end of interesting visual art experiences within it from painting, photography, textiles, sculpture and ceramics, to furniture, glass, mosaics, jewellery, digital art and much more.
Oxfordshire Artweeks presents the perfect opportunity to explore the county.
However, the scale of the country’s biggest and oldest open studio event can be somewhat daunting to the uninitiated, so I have scanned the Oxfordshire Artweeks Guide and created a shortlist of my top picks by area. Happy travels…
Just a short walk from Magdalen Bridge and Oxford city centre, the area of St Clement's is a great place to stay in Oxford. Here are three of our best holiday letting spaces in St Clements, all offering great accommodation within a few minutes walk of Oxford.
Much of the UK's motorsport, and in particular F1 business, is undertaken within a short distance from Oxford.The BMW Mini is manufactured in Oxford, and Harley Davidson have their European HQ in Oxford. Sarah Mayhew Cradock explains the background to how Oxford has become such a hub of the UK motor industry.
Exciting news that a pioneering rail project that sees the first new rail link between a major British city and London in over 100 years has opened in October 2015 on our doorstep. The Oxford Parkway railway station provides a new, high-speed, efficient line out of Oxfordshire into London Marylebone, via Bicester Village station.