16 Oct- 16 Nov 2020 festival content availble to view on this site

October/November 2021 festival in development


We were not able to deliver our full programme on the 'Women and Photography' theme in 2020. We plan to deliver part 2 of 'Photo Oxford - Women and Photography' in October/November 2021. Watch this space and sign up to our newsletter below for updates in the coming months. Please support us if you can.

Listen/Watch Again from Photo Oxford 2020

Anna Atkins: Botanical Illustration & Photographic Innovation, an in-conversation with Prof Geoffrey Batchen and Dr Lena Fritsch, discussing the work of pioneering British photographer and botanist Anna Atkins (1799-1871). Watch again here.

Hundred Heroines Photography Question Time
Should we encourage a platform of women collectors? How do you break into the industry? Should cities replace advertising with art? Vanessa Ansa posed these – and more – questions to four Heroines.
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Conference: 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Women: Discovering the Work of Women Photographers' held on 24 October 2020
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Online talk with Rose Teanby: 'The First Women of Photography 1839-1860'
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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 onc 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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