If you have any questions concerning any of these events please contact 

DateEvent detailsSpeaker
September 18th to 26thThe Great Big Green Week

is all part of the National Environmental and Climate discussions that is going to be chaired by the UK in Glasgow at the end of September. It is all about encouraging local organisations or community groups together with individuals to do something Green/Environmental leading up to the conference. 

Eynsham Arts Group:
are offering to make work to support this venture as individuals.
Some suggestions: Drawings, paintings, collages, prints, 3D work of any kind.
Work made from natural forms, or drawings, paintings etc. of natural forms.
Work using recycled, found or waste materials.
Displaying work: In your window ; In your front garden ; Hanging on your door; In your window box ; on a flag or banner .

Peter Shrimpton’s Mr. Whale II is above our heads in Fish ponds.
A 1/6th representation of a Blue Whale (Balenous musculus) fabricated from a range of reclaimed steel.
Members will receive an invite from Peter to ‘wet’ the whale’s head.

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Thursday 30th SeptemberA talk on Collagraphic Printing.

Janet is an Artist/Printmaker living and working in Oxford. Her specialism has involved creating Collagraph prints, which she first began in 1997 after becoming interested in this ‘Safe Print’ process, having previously worked with Etching and Woodcut print techniques.

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Janet Lueck
Thursday 28th OctoberTalking About Images.

to view more of Anne’s work click here

Non-Members are welcome, a fee of £4 payable upon entrance.
Music Room, 7:15 pm
Anne Gingell
Thursday, 25th NovemberChristmas Party
There will be free wine and soft drinks, party food and snacks. (Peter Shrimpton is organising).  There will be a ‘Secret Santa’ whereby all those participating will wrap up an arty gift of about or around the value of £5 and those who contribute may, in return, receive a Secret Santa gift during the evening.  There will also be a very Friendly Quiz, courtesy of Alan Learney, our QuizMaster… a bit of fun and a small prize for the winning group.

For attending friends and relatives of Members, a small fee of £5 payable

Music Room, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

The Music Room (click for details and map)

36 Newland Street, Eynsham, OX29 4LA

Please note the drive-in entrance is off Queen Street close to the junction with Newland St. There is a sign high up on the wall. You can drive in and park in the courtyard from where there is level access. (For SATNAV use OX29 4HQ.)

Covid Precautions for all Guests and Visitors: The Music Room is large and has a capacity of 60 – however, there has in the past, been an average of approximately 30 guests. Fewer guests are anticipated at present. In line with Government Covid recommendations and the venue owner’s advice, all seating will be spaced approximately 2 mtrs apart. The room will be well ventilated and guests can choose to wear masks or not. Everyone will be required to sign-in.