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Artweeks is a wonderful opportunity to see art in the community and to meet the people making it. There is no pressure to buy, as Artweeks is really about offering a chance for the public and artists to come together in a low-key, neighbourly setting and share in the creative activity going on there.

To plan your trek all you need is a free copy of the Artweeks‚ Guide which gives full information on every exhibiting artist together with maps, opening times and contact details. Available from all Oxfordshire libraries, Tourist Information Centres, museums, galleries, shops and many other public venues from the beginning of April, or go online at www.artweeks.org to search for artists by name, location or genre.

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