Reflecting Oxford -
A Transient Catalogue
21 April – 27 May
Tues – Sat 10:00 – 16:00
The Old Fire Station ♿
Crisis artists with lived experience of homelessness, worked with staff and volunteers at Crisis Skylight Oxford as part of a weekly photography session, to observe and catalogue personal views of Oxford.
The artists observed and reflected upon the different architectural and natural landscapes of their city, paying particular interest to the various ways the city is reflected in the surfaces around us. The work you see is presented anonymously and collectively to reflect the process that has taken place.
With many thanks to Photo Oxford and The Old Fire Station, the staff and volunteers that have helped to create, curate, and install the exhibition, and to the artists themselves for creating and sharing this work.
The Old Fire Station is less than 10 minutes’ walk from any bus stop in the town centre. Take a look at the Oxford Bus Company website to plan your journey.
Oxford has a lot of cyclists. For general information about cycling in Oxford and the surrounding area, visit the Oxford City Council pages on cycling, or of local cycling advocacy group Cyclox.
Old Fire Station is a 10-minute walk from Oxford rail station.
Oxford is not a particularly car-friendly city. There are plenty of car parks in Oxford, but the congestion is high, and we recommend that you use the Park & Ride, or a different method of transport.
For Blue Badge holders, there are several Disabled Parking Places on New Inn Hall St, and the local NCP car park.