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Ark-T staff attends NVC Training
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Ark-T staff had the opportunity to attend a day’s introductory training in Non-Violent Communication with Laura Harvey in the first week of March. NVC is a communication approach that was first introduced by Marshall Rosenberg in the 1960s. It is … Read More

Audiograft Exhibition
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Four days bursting with extraordinary sound art and experimental music events across Oxford For more information please use the link below

Herspace & IYC End of Term Exhibition
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We are having an end of term exhibition for our Herspace and IYC groups here over the Easter holidays. The private view will be the evening of Friday 12th April, 6-7.30pm. Please come! It promises to be a beautiful exhibition … Read More

Easter Holiday Creativity Camps
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Wednesday 10th & Thursday 11th April Easter Creative holiday camps for 6-18 olds at Ark-T Centre, Crowell Rd, Cowley Wednesday 10th April, 9.30am-2.30pm: Multi-Arts Workshop Day at Ark-T Thursday 11th April, 9.30am-2.30pm: Bushcraft Day at Rikki’s Woods near Boars Hill … Read More

Beyond the Binary: My Normal Takeover night
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My Normal are very excited to officially announce our event @ My Normal Takeover of the Pitt Rivers Museum to create an all ages event for LBGT+ History Month! There will be music, talks, workshops, exhibitions and much more! With … Read More

“Music is pretty much everything”
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“Music is pretty much everything.” – Chi, 21, Oxford. New research from our funder Youth Music and Ipsos MORI launched yesterday: #SoundoftheNextGen We were proud to be a part of this research and for Chi to share his story. You can read more about Chi’s … Read More

Roar Art Collective Arts Workshops
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 We have a limited number of places left on our first workshop series with Roar Arts Collective, a new arts social enterprise for disabled adults in Oxfordshire. Roar Arts Collective believes in the power of using art and creativity as a vehicle … Read More

Fam Jam (formerly Disco Dadz!)
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‘Fam Jam’ is a dance and disco session for children under 11 years old and their grown-ups. (Yes, we’ve got a new look – we used to be called Disco Dadz!) Come and get down for a fun-packed session with … Read More