Slide An exhibition of work by artists of Christchurch Men's, Christchurch Women's and Rolleston Prisons. 19 August - 31 October 2021 Proceeds from the sale of artworks will be donated to the Canterbury West Coast Air Rescue Trust. Slide Philip Trusttum, What have we got here Arts in Oxford Gallery celebrated the dynamic practice of artist Philip Trusttum nationally recognised for his figurative and expressionist practice. ‘Son of Oxford’ Philip Trusttum has been patron of Arts in Oxford Gallery since establishment of the gallery in 2010. Slide Public Makers Day
The Public Makers Day welcomed all creatives to learn, share and interact with the public with a range of skills on offer from painting, printmaking and collage to jewellery and fibre arts.
Slide 10 Year Anniversary Celebrations 2010 - 2020
The gallery marked its 10th year of opening with a range of events from a successful forum on the value of arts and culture in our region to the opening of Phillip Trusttums latest show with accompanying cake and drinks.
Slide Life of Ron : Photographs from the 60's & 70's by Ron Hazlehurst. Personal encounters with Christchurch townscape, environs and it’s denizens.

28 January - 14 March 2021

What’s On

Our recent exhibition featured one of New Zealand’s most loved and prolific contemporary artists – Philip Trusttum.  The exhibition featured a number of his large, exciting and colourful paintings.
The gallery enjoyed a successful celebratory weekend with a mixture of public events including a forum on the arts, the opening of Philip Trusttum’s latest exhibition, followed by a makers day where local artists worked in the gallery space for the day allowing visitors to see a variety of disciplines in action.
Develop your own innovation through art with our range of workshops, after school activities and school holiday programs, catering to all ages from adults to children. Please contact the gallery for more information and to register your interest.
The Oxford paper making group meets regularly to make gorgeous hand made paper from pulp, often integrating locally sourced harakeke flax and other organic matter.  Paper is available to purchase from the gallery.