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Branch Arts

Weekend of Creativity at Wilcote Studios with Alf Löhr

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From 20 - 23 May, Branch Arts presents a weekend of art exhibitions, talks and events at Wilcote Art Studios & Gallery. In the gallery, we exhibit Alf Löhr: Good Poetry is Hard to Find. This will be the internationally acclaimed abstract artist's first Oxfordshire show and 10% of sales goes to his chosen charity Amnesty International UK.

The exhibition will be accompanied by Wilcote Artists Open Studios and a programme of events and talks, including a children's art workshop, a panel discussion with Bridewell gardens and a talk with Alf himself.

Open daily 11am - 5pm

You can view the events here: https://www.branch-arts.com/events

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