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And the winner is…

Now that the Oldham Open exhibition is over and all of the works have been collected there is one last announcement to make. Hundreds of votes were cast in our search for The People’s Prize. We’ve counted them all up and (drumroll) the winner is… Neil Seville received the largest number of votes for his […]

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Autumn at the Cabin featured artist Patricia Fernandes

Featuring around 300 pieces this years Oldham Open is one of our most popular to date. This years entries range from intricate hand crafted wooden jewellery to paintings, sculpture and large scale models. The remarkable array of mediums, techniques and styles used demonstrates the talents and skills of local artists and craftspeople from the Borough of Oldham. To […]

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Along the Shore by Joseph Edward Southall

Along the Shore by Joseph Edward Southall 1910 At the age of 13 I fell in love. I remember the sudden rush of emotion, of feeling lifted from the ground and a shudder of joy that shook my shoulders. But it was not with a boy it was with a painting. I was walking up […]

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The Old Town Hall featured artist Liz Ackerley

Featuring around 300 pieces this years Oldham Open is one of our most popular to date. This years entries range from intricate hand crafted wooden jewellery to paintings, sculpture and large scale models. The remarkable array of mediums, techniques and styles used demonstrates the talents and skills of local artists and craftspeople from the Borough of Oldham. To […]

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Pan’s Labyrinth featured artist Lee Nolan

Featuring around 300 pieces this years Oldham Open is one of our most popular to date. This years entries range from intricate hand crafted wooden jewellery to paintings, sculpture and large scale models. The remarkable array of mediums, techniques and styles used demonstrates the talents and skills of local artists and craftspeople from the Borough of […]

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In The Name Of.. featured artist Rick Reddyoff

In the Name Of…. My Obsession with Names and How it became a photo series ‘What’s in a name? A rose by any other would smell as sweet.’ So wrote Shakespeare in some play or other. And you have to admit, he has a point. What exactly is in a name? Of course, what he’s […]

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The Oldham Open is officially open…for submissions

We’ve been talking about this for months, but THIS is the week in which you need to bring your submissions to Gallery Oldham for consideration by our selection panel! Submission days are Wednesday – Saturday this week, 6th – 8th September. 10am – 4pm.

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