Oxford Museum News

Oxford Museum News  
 

  1. Ashmoleum Museum
    On 16 September 2010 the Ashmolean launches its first major art exhibition in one of the country’s newest and most important temporary exhibition centres. THE PRE-RAPHAELITES AND ITALY brings together over 140 pictures from the Ashmolean’s important Pre-Raphaelite collection with loans from museums and private collections around the UK and abroad, some of which will be displayed in Britain for the first time. The Ashmolean Museum (in full the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology) on Beaumont Street, Oxford, England, is the world’s first university museum.
  2. Museum of Oxford
    You can make a witches or wizard costume or make Halloween lanterns to hang at your windows during the Museum of Oxford’s Halloween half term activities.
  3. Wantage Museum
    The Vale and Downland Museum is located in the busy market town of Wantage in Oxfordshire, UK. The museum has been nationally acclaimed as an outstanding example of community partnership. The range of services is very broad ranging, from galleries interpreting the cultural heritage of the Vale of White Horse region, to a cafe with a delightful terrace and garden.The first two weeks of November brings Wantage Art Group’s popular annual exhibition to the Upper Gallery at the Vale & Downland Museum.
  4. Oxford Museum Index
    Oxford contains a whole variety of museums including culture, art, drama, historical and sport. Plus details of museums and galleries in Oxford’s surrounding towns and villages including Abingdon, Henley, Thame, Wantage and Woodstock

 

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