Exhibitions

    Past Exhibitions:

    • Resistance is Fertile James Cauty 6 – 28 June 2015 Preview: Friday 5 June 2015, 6-9pm Resistance is Fertile is a timely exploration of protest and the art that it engenders. The exhibition brings together leading photographers, poets and protest artists who have highlighted key social movements. The exhibition includes the Miners’ strike, environmental campaigns, Poll Tax demos and land rights. The exhibition ...
    • Seven Counties Open Seven Counties Open2 – 24 May 2015 Preview: Friday 1 May 2015, 6-9pm The OVADA Seven Counties Open provides exhibition opportunities, support and development for contemporary artists based in Oxfordshire and the surrounding Counties of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Northamptonshire, Wiltshire and Warwickshire. Artists at any stage of their career were invited to submit work in any medium that responded to the concept ‘Precious’. Artists were ...
    • Life Drawing Exhibition Keith 17 – 19 April 2015 Preview: Thursday 16 April 2015, 6-8pm  Open: 11am-5pm daily The Experimental Life Drawing class at OVADA is now in its second year and this is an opportunity to see a selection of work made over the last 12 weeks. Though there have been a number of different models posing for the class, and each ...
    • CREATE, DESTROY, REMAKE DSC_1649a copy21 March – 25 April 2015 OPEN: MONDAY – SATURDAY, 10am – 5pm OVADA and artists ‘Click and Point’ have collaborated with the gallery space at Oxford Town Hall to host five weeks of workshops and collaborative experiments. Come down to the space from 21 March – 15 April and become part of the ever changing, ever growing exhibition with ...
    • Audiograft B__JH4YWMAAIZGU.jpg-large 12 – 22 March 2015  LAUNCH EVENT: 11 March 2015, 6pm Audiograft returns with its annual mix of new experimental music, sound art concerts and exhibitions. This year’s festival opens your ears and eyes to extraordinary sounds and radical music, with speakers mounted on pendulums and helium balloons, sound frequencies morphed by heat, bells rung mechanically and melted ...