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Branch Arts

Weekend of Creativity at Wilcote Studios with Alf Löhr


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:


Thu 26 May 2022

The word is woefully over-used, but we think you’ll allow us to describe Bryan Adams as a genuine rock legend. Creating hit after hit since his debut in the early 80s, he has consistently kept his sense of self and his distinctive musical style relevant without compromise. We were absolutely over the moon when Bryan chose to speak with OX, exclusively, ahead of his headlining performance at the Cornbury Festival in July. 

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Thu 26 May 2022

We spoke with Ixta Belfrage ahead of her appearance at The Big Festival in August.

Mon 2 May 2022

It’s a strange thing to be confronted by a famous face whether in the flesh or over Zoom; you never know when you’ll be a little starstruck. Anton du Beke has spent most autumn weekends in my living room for the past eight years but despite that, I had no idea what to expect when we arranged to speak ahead of his ‘Audience With’ at the Wycombe Swan in May. 

Mon 2 May 2022

The idea for an open studios event was brought from the US four decades ago and the first Artweek in the UK was held in Oxford, simply as a small local event. Since then, millions of visitors have enjoyed the friendly welcome of local artists: now the festival encompasses the whole of Oxfordshire and it is a model which has been copied across the country.