Exhibitions

    Past Exhibitions:

    • Below the Surface Below the Surface 13 October – 3 November 2017 Preview: Thursday 12 October 2017, 6-9pm Henny Acloque  |  Didi Baldwin  |  Hannah Brown Jan Crombie  |  Laura Degenhardt  |  Gerard Hanson Eleanor Moreton  | Luke Skiffington and OVADA’s Contemporary Painting Course students As our Contemporary Painting Course returns for a second year, Below the Surface will explore current concerns, themes and approaches to painting. It will offer ...
    • Touching, not touching Touching, not touching 22 – 30 July 2017 Preview: Friday 21 July, 6-9pm An exhibition of Digital Artist Residency’s Emerging Artists-in-Residence: Abigail Fletcher-Drye  |  Will Kendrick  |  Aaron McCarthy  |  Jules Varnedoe Digital Artist Residency and OVADA present a showcase of the UK’s best new, emerging artistic talent as four artists explore a variety of digital processes and examine themes encountered by post-digital culture. The ...
    • Summer Residencies 2017 Summer Residencies 2017 We are delighted to announce our Summer Residency Artists for 2017: Hannah Buckley  |  Kieran Cox  |  Abigail Fletcher-Drye  |  Lissa Rodd The four artists will be working at OVADA throughout August on a range of different projects. The residency will provide time and space for research, experimentation, reflection, dialogue and creative risk-taking. There is no prescribed outcome; the opportunity is ...
    • A New Kind of Fun A New Kind of Fun 23 June – 9 July 2017 Preview: Thursday 22 June 2017, 6-9pm Juliet Banks  |  Sue Chamberlin  |  Clare Crombie Clare Forsythe  |  Katie Hellon  |  Stephen Lunn Mae McDonald  |  Roger Pugh  |  Hugh Shelton This is the fourth year that OVADA has hosted the end of year show for the Warehouse Art School Continuing Practice Course. It has been ...
    • Photo Oxford Photo Oxford9 – 24 September 2017 Photo Oxford 2017 is a celebration of photography through exhibitions and related activities taking place at various collaborative venues in Oxford during the month of September. For this edition, the curators Tim Clark and Greg Hobson will engage in a series of explorations into the complex and often contradictory relationship between photography’s capacity to ...