Oxfordshire's only Open Access Fine Art print studio

The Workshop was established in 1976 by a group of artists, many of them ex-Ruskin School of Drawing students, to create a venue where they could continue their work.


After a long search the current premises were leased from the Christadelphian Church in 1977, helped by a grant from Southern Arts of £3,000.


The transformation of the premises into a print workshop was undertaken voluntarily by OPC members. On 11 February 1978, a formal constitution having been developed, and the workshop being registered with the Industrial and Provident Societies, a co-operative status was established and the workshop officially opened. In autumn 1978 OPC held the first print workshop.


A National Lottery grant in 1995 enabled OPC to buy badly needed equipment.


Oxford Printmakers regularly participates in exhibitions around the UK and overseas.



The Christadelphian Church Hall,

Tyndale Road, Oxford, OX4 1JL

Enquiries: 01865 726472

Email: oxfordprintmakers@hotmail.co.uk

Open and staffed part time with technicians:

Catriona Brodribb or Morna Rhys:

Saturdays 11am–5pm,

Mondays  4–8 pm,

Tuesdays 10.30–6.30 pm.