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Oxford's Arts Fest
Fri 28th, Sat 29th & Sun 30th Sept 2007

What Is Arts Fest?
The Oxford Arts Festival is a three day charity festival taking place around Oxford in many venues, showcasing the best of Oxford's Arts - Music, Art, Drama, Dance, Poetry, Film, Photography and much more.
It is run alongside Oxford City Council and Oxford Inspires as a project to promote Oxford's Culture.

Arts Festival showcases:

Digital Artists
Drama groups
Dance groups
Lighting Effect
Body art
Face painting / make up
Palm Readers
Jewelry makers

We hope this event will interest many people of all ages and interests. It will also hopefully introduce people to different types of art that they might not have seen before. This festival should give Oxford's Artists a huge amount of coverage.

When Is It Happening?
The Oxford Arts Festival 2007 is Friday 28th, Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th September 2007.

How Can I take part in Arts Festival 2008?
Please fill out all your details in our online form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

What Charities Does It Support?
All profits from Arts Festival 2007 are going to; Barnardo's Children's Charity and Age Concern The 2008 charities are yet to be announced.

I Would Like To Help With Arts Festival?
If you would like to help during Arts Festival please email
Jobs could include:
Stage Managers
Sound Engineers
Door Staff
Venue Managers

How can I advertise, sponsor or donate to Arts Festival?
The Arts Festival Programme lists all events happening over arts festival and is an essential guide to anyone attending the festival. The programme lists all event times, places, Map, Description and photo of everyone taking part. 10,000 copies of the programme are distributed around Oxfordshire in all 'Scene Boxes'. For an example of the programme design please download the 2006 programme. For further information on advertising please contact

If the enquiry is urgent please Amy on call: 07833 108423

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Sponsored by:

  Oxford City Council  
  Oxford Inspires  
Age concern

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