Exhibitions

    Past Exhibitions:

    • .472 POINT FOUR SEVEN TWO 7 – 8  February 2015 Preview: Friday 6 February, 6-8pm Open: Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm The intriguing title of .472 refers to the area in km² covered by the location map of OVADA in Oxford. Students from Oxford Brookes Foundation, specialising in Fine Art, have used the map as a starting point for creating artwork. They were encouraged to ...
    • Souvenirs souvenirs-largePhotography, Experience & Memory (or ’How Photography Ruined Your Life’)  14 September – 5 October 2014 Preview: Saturday 13 September 2014, 6-9pm   As part of the inaugural Photography Oxford Festival, SOUVENIRS explores our relationship with photography as keepsake; the image as a record of experience or repository of memory in the light of the 21st century’s accelerated means of ...
    • Chimerical Waypoint(s) Chimerical Waypoints Presenting new works by JD Haigh and Jon Lockhart Winners of the Oxford Open Professional Development Award    25 July – 10 August 2014 Open: Thursday – Sunday, 12 – 6pm SHAPES: Exhibition Preview 25 July 2014, 6-9pm STRUCTURES: Artists in conversation as part of OVADA Stammtisch, with response from special guest Tara Stubbs 31 July 2014, 7:30pm SOUNDS: Live performance by Oxford’s ambient art musicians PADDOX and outdoor ...
    • Making Space Making Space Poster 11 – 20 July 2014 Private View: Thursday 10 July, 6-9pm   Proudly presenting a group exhibition of dynamic work by OVADA’s Warehouse Art School students. The exhibition is a culmination of the year long Continuing Practice course and includes work by: Felicity Allbrooke  |  Liz Gascoigne  |  John Hazell  |  Usha Kar  |  Jacqueline McLaurin Roger Pugh  |  Danielle ...
    • Informal Elements Informal Elements Flyer Final 13 – 28  June 2014 Preview: Thursday 12 June, 6-9pm Open: Thursdays – Sundays, 11am – 6pm Alice Browne | Aaron Fickling  |  Alan Franklin  |  Jaya Mansberger  Eleanor Moreton  |  Luke Skiffington |  Rosie Snell OVADA has great pleasure in presenting Informal Elements, an exhibition celebrating painting as a contemporary art form that brings together the work of seven artists from ...