Modern Art Oxford

Modern Art Oxford
Modern Art Oxford
30 Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP
  • Telephone 01865 722733
  • Opening times Tue–Sat 11am–6pm; Sun 12pm–5pm; Closed Mon
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  • Website www.modernartoxford.org.uk
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This contemporary art space was founded in 1966. All exhibitions and events are free, and the space is accessible and open to all. The gallery's agenda is shaped by a belief in dialogue between contemporary art and ideas, and it has an international reputation for high-quality, innovative projects.

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There are 4 events at this location

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Early Years: Make Play

Make Play sessions offer a sensory creative space for children age 6 months to 5 years to explore with their parent/carer. Drawing on materials and themes within our exhibitions, each week offers different experimental activities to help participants follow their curiosity and be playful. Inspired by our…

Thu 25 Oct

Free / 01865 722733

Future Knowledge

Future Knowledge is a thought-provoking exhibition exploring the role of visual culture in continuing to raise awareness of the effects of climate change. Building upon last year’s inaugural edition (20 May – 25 June 2017), this exhibition brings together artworks, prototypes and projects by artists, designers and…

Sun 21 Oct

Times vary / Free / 01865 722733

Mon 22 Oct

Times vary / Free / 01865 722733

Tue 23 Oct

Times vary / Free / 01865 722733

…and 5 more dates until 28 Oct

Irregular Folks And Modern Art Oxford Present: You Are Wolf + David Bramwell's The Cult Of Water

'English Avant-folk at its finest' The Observer 'Imagine Bjork working her magic on the English folk tradition' Uncut You Are Wolf aka Avant-folk artist Kerry Andrew is a vocalist and award-winning composer. Kerry will be continuing our journey exploring the theme of freshwater folklore as she performs her new album…

Sat 27 Oct

£11 / 01865 722733

Jordan O'shea Album Launch And Film

Jordan O'Shea launches his new album This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things (Beanie Tapes) with a one-off performance accompanied by a film of his own making. Jordan O'Shea is a mysterious character. He appeared on the Oxford scene as the unassuming barista in Truck Record Store who sang heartfelt acoustic songs when he…

Fri 2 Nov

£5.50 / 01865 722733

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