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Culture Recovery Fund

07/04/2021


Following support we received in October 2020, we are extremely grateful to have recently received further funding from the government’s Culture Recovery Fund.

This funding will allow us to continue developing socially inclusive arts projects and events that help bring local communities, artists and individuals together to create rewarding and joyful opportunities and experiences.

With this support, we can also continue to harness the arts as a tool for creating waves of meaningful social, environmental, political and cultural development across Oxford and beyond.

Thanks to the Culture Recovery Fund, we can continue to be here for you, and #HereForCulture, welcoming you back for in-person gigs, workshops, exhibitions and more, as things start to reopen this summer!

We would like to extend our thanks and gratitude to Arts Council England and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.

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GRAVEGOOD: Excavating the Hard Drive
30.11.22

GRAVEGOOD: Excavating the Hard Drive

GRAVEGOOD: Excavating the Hard Drive is an exhibition of contemporary funerary art from Egypt's Valley of the undead. From a dense personal archive,…

GRAVEGOOD: Excavating the Hard Drive
African Studies at the Oxford Academy
24.11.22

African Studies at the Oxford Academy

An exhibition by Oxford's African School founder Natty Mark Samuels

African Studies at the Oxford Academy
Energy Prices & The Climate Crisis: Making the connections and making an impact
24.11.22

Energy Prices & The Climate Crisis: Making the connections and making an impact

An exhibition of posters sharing useful information about what changes the government needs to make, and how to save energy at home, by Friends of…

Energy Prices & The Climate Crisis: Making the connections and making an impact

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