Useful Links and Events

We believe these links and events will be useful to anyone with an interest in art.

International Sculpture Day – Saturday 25 April 2020 (12pm to 5pm)

Sunningwell School of Art is celebrating International Sculpture Day for the first time in 2020 with a family-friendly festival of sculpture. Visitors to the school will see sculptors at work, create projects to take home, hear informal talks and see student and tutors’ works on display.  Visit this page for more information and updates.

Visit the International Sculpture Day website here.

Marcus Hodge Exhibition – ‘Breaking the Cycle’ 

Breaking the Cycle is being shown in London at Art Moorhouse120 London Wall, from 21st November – 6th January.  This recent work was influenced by India and the exhibition was inspired by a fascinating trip to the ancient and holy city of Varanasi.

This exhibition is open by appointment, including weekends, so please do contact Art Moorhouse directly (Tel: 0750-2211-914) if you would like to see it.

You may also spot that I have a new website. One great feature of this is the chance to click on a picture, to see its dimensions and select ‘View on a Wall.’ This allows you to gain a far better idea of the size of a piece of work as we can see in this sample below:

23rd May to 31st May 2020 – Full details of Oxfordshire’s Visual Arts Festival


  • Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Summertown, Nth Oxford – Sarah Wiseman Gallery is the largest independent gallery space in Oxford and has built a strong reputation for ambitious and engaging exhibitions of contemporary art by established as well as emerging artists. Director Sarah Wiseman opened the gallery in 1998 and it was quickly established as a leading space for contemporary art in Oxford. Sarah has sought out a varied group of artists with an eye to individuality and technical accomplishment, reflecting her passion and commitment to contemporary art.
  • The National Gallery, London
  • The Royal Acadamy – An independent fine arts institution which supports contemporary artists and promotes interest in the arts through a comprehensive and ambitious exhibition programme.
  • Tate online
  • National Portrait Gallery – The National Portrait Gallery was founded in 1865 to collect the likenesses of famous British men and women. Today the collection is the most comprehensive of its kind in the world.
  • The Ashmolean – Museum of art and archaeology, Oxford
  • Victoria and Albert Museum – “The purpose of the Victoria and Albert Museum is to enable everyone to enjoy its collections and explore the cultures that created them; and to inspire those who shape contemporary design.”
  • BBC – Arts – The BBC’s “…gateway to visual arts, literature, culture and getting creative”

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