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 28 March 2013 Cait Sweeney The Broken Home Collection Cait Sweeney will talk about the interactive Installation, The Broken Home Collection an eclectic collection of discarded and donated household objects spanning the last 100 years. Interlocking, timber-framed cubes construct a sense of Home; everyday objects housed within it, are suspended and placed as if from memory or dream, inviting the ...
    • Stammtisch – Thursday 28 February 2013 The Ghosts of Pirameda featuring : Efterklang A Film by Andreas Koefoeld A “Private-Public” Screening of The Ghosts of Pirameda,  a Music documentary  by the filmmaker Andreas Koefoed, following the Danish band Efterklang on an audio expedition to the ghost town of Spitsbergen, a Soviet mining town, near the North Pole with more polar bears than people. Accompanied by ...
    • Stammtisch – 31 January 2013 AD Pawley “My Life as a PowerPoint Presentation” Artist, Film Maker and OVADA member Adrian Pawley, presents an illustrated talk detailing his fascinating journey from Zoologist to Artist. The talk is supported by a series of films and images many of which have not been shown in public before. Originally shown at Oxford Brookes University as a ...
    • Stammtisch – 27 December 2012 post-christmas-film Film Screening of ’10 mph’ 10 mph is a comical documentary that follows a pair of aspiring filmmakers as they quit their jobs turn a friend’s ludicrous idea into a movie. The impulsive purchase of a two-wheeled Segway scooter sets this story in motion when the two friends decide to travel from Seattle to Boston at 10 MPH in ...
    • Stammtisch – 29 November 2012 Eleanor Greenhalgh Artist Eleanor Greenhalgh will present recent projects exploring the dilemmas of networked publishing. From panics over copyright, to Facebook censorship and “filter bubbles”, we’ll be looking at what happens to ideas like authorship and curation in our current digital context. Eleanor will present examples of creative interventions into the online environments and tools we use every day, ...