15 October-15 November 2021: line-up coming soon! 2020 content availble to view here

We’re delighted to announce that Photo Oxford 2021: Women & Photography – Ways of Seeing and Being Seen Pt 2 will take place 15 October to 15 November to complete and develop the programme that could not be fully presented in 2020 due to Covid restrictions.

Please can you help us to make it happen? Donations of any size will make a difference so if you would like to support us, please visit our Big Give page. Your support will help us deliver a wide range of free exhibitions, talks and events for audiences of all ages and a range of projects with diverse groups across Oxford and beyond. If you'd like to discuss other ways in which you or your organisation could support Photo Oxford, please email the Festival Director on info@photooxford.org. Thank you!

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New online exhibition
Homeland: Stories from the Russian Arctic by Evgenia Arbugaeva

To see our newly released online exhibition click here

Our thanks go to Evgenia Arbugaeva, Philip Grover and The Photographers' Gallery

Listen/Watch Again from Photo Oxford 2020

Revisit online exhibitions on our What's On/Exhibitions tab
View our 2020 Festival evaluation

Listen and watch recordings of events on our What's On/Events tab, including:
Conference: 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Women: Discovering the Work of Women Photographers' Listen again here

The Photo Oxford digital map

The Photo Oxford digital map is in the process of being converted into a map of Visual Arts venues in Oxford, to be available in 2021. Look out for further news here and on our e-newsletter (sign up below) and social media.

Our thanks to The North Wall, Modern Art Oxford, Arts at The Old Fire Station and Fusion Arts, visual arts venues in Oxford, for helping make this map possible. And to Burst Design for creating it!

Please donate to support the Photography Oxford charity

Please give what you can to support Photo Oxford 2021! We will again offer a wide range of free exhibitions, displays and events, opening up new perspectives and opportunities; raising awareness of the contributions of women to photography; and collaborating with local and international communities through photography. We need your help to make it all possible.

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