A Message from our Director, Paul Hobson
Today, we are asking you to help support Modern Art Oxford.
Each year for almost 50 years, Modern Art Oxford has welcomed over 100,000 people of all ages to vibrant exhibitions of contemporary art.
Most importantly, we do it all for free, never choosing to charge for our exhibitions.
If you believe that access to the best in arts and culture should be free and freely available to everyone, please help us to continue to deliver exciting, world-class art by making a donation today.
Modern Art Oxford is a charity and raises 100% of the costs of all exhibitions and events from fundraising activities.
You can make a donation now by clicking on the link here.
Anthony D’Offay & Jeremy Deller in Conversation
As part of our Love is Enough events, gallerist, collector and world-renowned Warhol expert, Anthony d’Offay was joined by the exhibition’s curator, Jeremy Deller to discuss working with Warhol.
The talk took place at Modern Art Oxford on 5 February 2015.
Ed Vaizey & Digital Oxford
On Wednesday 28 January 2015, we opened our doors to Digital Oxford, a hub bringing together technologically creative minds. Throughout the evening, we had over 300 guests mingling, learning and most importantly, connecting. Ed Vaizey, MP for Didcot and Wantage, had an extra special message for our audience and Digital Oxford have kindly allowed us to share it with you.
As a city, Oxford has the global exposure, digital heritage, intellectual and cultural capital to attract the world’s brightest minds, connecting industries from healthcare and automotive to coding and creativity. In fact, this isn’t an ambition. It’s a reality. Oxford is already home to some of the world’s leading technology. We just need to let the world know about it. And that starts at home.
This is what Digital Oxford aims to do. Find out more here:
At Modern Art Oxford we are proud to have hosted the launch event for Digital Oxford, and look forward to being a part of its future.
Thanks also to Oxford Digital Media for filming.
On 15 January 2015, we hosted a night of discussions on myths and myth making from the roots of medieval tales to our collective capacity for fiction and how myths are made in contemporary culture. Speakers included Prof. Lisa Bortolotti, and Dr Finola Kerrigan, of The University of Birmingham.