Since the Jam Factory opened its doors as an art venue in November 2006, we have had the opportunity to host hundreds of exhibitions. Our visual arts program highlights the importance of contemporary painting, photography, architecture and numerous other fields that make the Art culture in Oxford so important.
This archive allows you to look back at some of the outstanding exhibitions we have held over the years. The archive is continuously evolving and being updated. There may be gaps in the catalogue and we are working hard to keep things up to date.
FLICKERING LIGHTS TRICKLING DREAM
Wiltshire observes the world through her paintings; using colour, line, gesture and shape in a way that emphasises the feeling of a place, person or experience.
22nd June - 17th August 2021
Lola Tartakover was awarded Second place in The Oxford Open Art competition in 2021
A contemporary illustrator and one to watch - One of the top emerging artists to come out of Oxford
24th August - 17th October 2021
The title of this exhibition ‘Observe Greatly’ explores both the value and practicing craft of looking within an often-overlooked day to day environment in which we experience.
21st September to 7th November 2021
NOTICE THE SMALL THINGS
A group exhibition of small, cheerful illustration work by UK artists and illustrators.
26th February to 6th April 2020
WHERE THE AIR CLINGS CLOSE
Hannah Ferreira-Allen hones the materiality of paint to imbue a mood that echoes not only the complexity of her cultural identity but also something of the identity of Trinidad.
21st July - 19th September 2021
Liquid Grids looks at the grey area between control and serendipity. The tension between biomorphic and geometric abstraction explores what happens when rules meet the uncontrollable.
17th August to 31st October 2021
MISILLUSIONS, ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES OF OXFORD
Exhibition by local artist
21st February to 20th April 2020
ALL THINGS TOO LILYISH
Welcome to the wonderful world of Too Lilyish.
All illustrations and ceramics are inspired by the changing seasons around the hill where I grew up, with an added touch of playful magic!
I hope you like what you see!
21st September - 7th November 2021