2019 details to be announced soon

Oxford Pride curates an open group show and also promotes exhibitions arranged by other associated artists, galleries and venues around Oxford during the annual Oxford Pride Festival. Additional events are sometimes planned throughout the year. 
If you'd like to get involved, please contact via below details:

Call For Artists

Please send a sample of your work to Art Coordinator please email festival@oxford-pride.org.uk

Call For Venues

If you would like artworks to be exhibited at your venue please email festival@oxford-pride.org.uk to discuss further.

Put on an Event

Oxford Pride relies on generous donations and volunteers or business who put on events throughout the year promoting Oxford Pride. If you wish to arrange an event please contact the Chair on 07929139961 or by email.

If your business or organisation wishes to produce an event throughout the annual Pride Festival, please complete the application form and return to the Festival Manager, or discuss your ideas directly on 07875515499 or by email.. If you’d like to get involved, do let us know.

The calendar of events will soon begin. Please email your ideas through before the 1st February.

Queer Arts Festival 2016

"We Can Be Heroes"

Group show taking place during the Oxford Pride Festival 2016.
Theme: "We Can Be Heroes"
Dates: Saturday, 28 May 2016 to Sunday, 5 June 2016
Timing: Mon-Sat: 10am-6pm & Sunday 11am-5pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Caffé Nero at Blackwell's 
48-51 Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BQ
Follow on Twitter @blackwelloxford
"Action Man" oil on canvas by Robert Strange

Exhibiting Artist

Sarah Webb's prints are inspired by Leoncavallo's passionate tale of love and betrayal of self-sacrifice and death.

Robert Strange’s Action Man inspired by Manet’s Olympia and Titian’s Venus is a hero devoid of uniform honest and ready to be worshipped and waited upon.

Vital Peeters’ paintings refer to Warhol's portraits of gay icons and the classical beauty of the hero from the Parthenon friezes.

Kathy Webster’s remind us that dogs are heroes providing loving daily support care and companionship without judgement.

Falle Batch’s King focuses 

on the strength and independence of heroes such as Frida Kahlo the confident and self-realised hero for all artists and women.

Jim Robinson’s work examines the way heroes become legends in the field of their working lives and Pride themes such as respect and community.

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