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Stylish Style - Between Renaissance and Baroque

12 June - 4 October 2009. More than 30 drawings by mid-sixteenth century artists such as Vasari, Salviati, Allori and others will be on display in Christ Church picture gallery. Of the works included...
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Transmission interrupted.

18 April-21 June 2009. A group show in which 14 international artists offer their interpretations of passing and recurring events in urban life, when the traditional means of communications break dow...
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'In My View' by Sarah Howard at o3 Gallery

6 June - 5 July 2009. 'In my View' is the title of the latest exhibition of photography by landscape and travel photographer Sarah Howard. Her photographic expertise and finesse were honed while trave...
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Oxford Fashion Week Exhibition.

29 April - 7 May 2009. Through art and photography, nine artists take a "wholesome, fresh and organic approach" to fashion, addressing environmental and humanitarian issues and highlighting the ethica...
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The English Telescope from Newton to Herschel.

22 March - 19 April 2009. This latest exhibition at the University of Oxford's Museum of the History of Science charts the story of the telescope in 18th-century England, from Newton to Herschel. Due...
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Morph at The North Wall Arts Centre.

23 March-11 April 2009. The latest exhibition from The North Wall Arts Centre, entitled "Morph", showcases the work of the students of the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. The theme of the show...
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Oxford Playhouse anniversary exhibition.

14 Mar-10 May 2009. Celebrating the history of the Oxford Playhouse on the occasion of its 70th anniversary, the
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The British Choral Tradition at the Bodleian Library.

28 Nov 2008-25 April 2009. Music manuscripts, including many written by the composer
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The English Telescope from Newton to Herschel.

15 Oct 2008-22 March 2009. The Museum of the History of Science marks the 400th anniversary of the invention of the telescope with an exhibition focussing on 18th-century English contributions to the...
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Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller exhibition.

15 Oct 2008-18 Jan 2009. Canadian-born husband-and-wife team of contemporary installation artists, George Bures Miller and Janet Cardiff, are the focus of this exhibition entitled
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The Oxford Sculptors Group.

30 Oct-15 Nov 2008. Following its successful exhibition in 2007, the Oxford Sculptors Group returns to the North Wall Arts Centre with a new show featuring sculptures by over 40 established artists wo...
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Oxfordshire and the Slave Trade exhibition.

3 Oct 2008-4 Jan 2009. Organised by the African and African Caribbean Kultural Initiative (ACKHI), this exhibition at the Museum of Oxford is based on new research by Anne Louise Avery into Oxfordshir...
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?Alternative Oxford

16 Aug-14 Sept 2008. Twenty local artists present their personal interpretations of Oxford in the O3 Gallery
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Oxford college libraries exhibition.

24 May-1 Nov 2008. The Bodleian Library summer exhibition
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Katie Paterson at Modern Art Oxford.

2 April-1 June 2008. First presented as part of her 2007 Slade Art School Degree Show, Katie Paterson
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Small Worlds exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science.

Until 6 April 2008. The world of microscopic specimens is on display in this multi-media exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science. The contents of thousands of microscope slides dating from...
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?Who is Who?

19 Jan-20 April 2008. As part of Oxfordshire
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John Milton at the Bodleian.

8 Dec 2007-28 April 2008. The work of John Milton (1608-74), one of the first advocates of civil liberties, is celebrated in this exhibition at the Old Bodleian Library. Focussing on the idea of
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