Stammtisch Art Meet

Stammtisch events are free and take place on the last Thursday of the month at Port Mahon in St Clements Oxford. The events include creative activities, games, performances and discussions that form a series of regular get-togethers for people with an interest in contemporary art. A collective of artists and organisations including Klick, CARU, Playground and OVADA run the events collaboratively. If you are interested in organising a future Stammtisch event refer to the Contact Us  page on this website

Venue: Port Mahon

Time: 8pm

ADMISSION FREE

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    Stammtisch Events:

    • Stammtisch – Thursday 27 October 2016 Cvy6rHuWgAAkdT9.jpg-large Join us from 8.00 pm at Joe Perks and Co. on St Clements in Oxford, for the usual Stammtisch Art Meet! This month is Analogue Twitter night. Follow events @art_stammtisch or come along in person and participate. This is a free event – just turn up!
    • Stammtisch – Thursday 29 September 2016 KLICK stammtisch Join us from 8.00 pm at Joe Perks and Co. on St Clements in Oxford, for the usual Stammtisch Art Meet! This month we’ll be ‘Putting Pen to Paper’ – using these simple artist tools to reinterpret existing artworks and to create new ones. Materials will be provided however please feel free to bring your own pens and ...
    • Stammtisch – Thursday 24 November 2016 – Board Games StammJoin us from 8.00 pm at Joe Perks and Co. on St Clements in Oxford, for the regular Stammtisch Art Meet. This month come and play Cally Trench’s original board games! They are both playable games and works of art that are animated and completed by people playing them. The games (each for 2-4 players) last 5-20 minutes, ...
    • Stammtisch – Thursday 30 June 2016 Stammtisch (Feb) Join us from 8.00 pm at Joe Perks and Co. on St Clements in Oxford, for the usual Stammtisch Art Meet! This is a free event – just turn up!
    • Stammtisch – Thursday 26 May 2016 IMG_1998 Join us from 8.00 pm at Joe Perks and Co. on St Clements in Oxford, for the usual Stammtisch meet-up and ‘Make an Arts Manifest!’ Work individually to consider important questions such as ‘who is art for?’ and ‘how is art made?’ before coming together to combine answers into a collective manifesto. This is a free event – ...