Māua Tahi: Ranui Ngarimu & Paula Rigby

Māua Tahi: Ranui Ngarimu and Paula Rigby Exhibition: 3 November – 9 December 2018 The mutual respect of two weavers exploring and sharing ideas, concepts, skills and techniques from Te Whare Pora (The… Continue reading

Cutting Edge Workshops

  Felting Workshop, Sunday 30 September Many thanks to Kate Mahoney for providing the beautiful materials and and guiding us through the process to make a bag.  It was amazing how the felt formed… Continue reading

Cutting Edge: Freeing Textiles Workshops and Artist Talk

The Cutting Edge: Freeing Textiles exhibition

A glimpse into the varied and eclectic world of very different artists from all over New Zealand currently working in the textile arena.

2019 Case Calendar

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The Cutting Edge: Freeing Textiles

Exhibition: September 22nd – October 28th 2018 Works by Patricia Took-Stephens (left)  and Catherine Wright (centre & right) But is it Art? Textiles have long been the Cinderella of the art world; for some, marking… Continue reading

Calendar 2019 Exhibition

Our 2019 case calendar will be available on 18 August.  Thirteen artists who have exhibited at the gallery have graciously allowed us to use an image of one of their works for this… Continue reading

‘Natural Encounters’ by Miranda Brown

  Natural Encounters by Miranda Brown Miranda invites visitors to the gallery to explore the installation: Natural Encounters is a place to reflect, connect and navigate according to nature’s principles. Nature is balanced according… Continue reading

Last days for the exhibition LOCALity

Exhibition closes Tues 10 July 2018. LOCALity: a group exhibition exploring location, materiality & positioning Arts in Oxford is pleased to present a selection of artworks by Canterbury artists Mark Adams, Mike Boot, Tony… Continue reading

‘Natural Encounters’, opening Saturday 14 July at 2.30 pm

  An artist and sustainable designer, Miranda is showcasing her exhibition ‘Natural Encounters’ at Art in Oxford Gallery in celebration of her South Island home and deep connection with this natural ecology.  … Continue reading