We programme a number of exhibitions throughout the year, with a particular focus on local artists, and work that links in with our professional programme of live events.

For more information, or for artists enquiring about programming an exhibition, please contact Emma Hiorns, Programme Manager.

Current & Forthcoming Exhibitions

Fourteen (March-April 2022)

“Fourteen” is an ArtsLab project from The North Wall Arts Centre in Oxford; a collaboration between The North Wall and 14 early career female photographers, facilitated by Philippa James, and part of the Photo Oxford Festival 2021. We are delighted to be able to extend the life of this exhibition to mark International Women’s Day at The Mill.

This exhibition uses the number ’14’ as its catalyst and is curated by the group to include up to three final works by each artist. The artists are: Alice Oliver, Charlotte Foster Lill, Claire Francis, Elina Medley, Flavia Catena, Francesca Provenzano, Laura Boffin, Leah Gordon, Mariasanta Tedesco, Nell Darby, Philippa James, Sarah Attwood, Sian Gourlay and Wendy Aldiss. More works by each artist can be seen on The North Wall’s website.

Artweeks: AmyVik presents: Graphic Migration (May-June 2022)

The work of AmyVik evokes memories and nostalgia through the medium of relief printmaking. Alongside new pieces, AmyVik presents a selection of artworks from co-collaborators from her previous place of residence, Mexico City. Come and experience this exciting collection, made across an eclectic mix of physical and personal landscapes.

Student Showcase (June-August 2022)

Watercolours, acrylics and pencil drawings sit side by side with the work of mixed media artists and jewellery makers in this vibrant and varied display. Diverse and vibrant, this is a must-see show.

Textile Showcase (August-September 2022)

The Mill is proud to present a diverse showcase of work by students of our popular Textiles classes. We run three regular textiles workshops aimed at all ability levels. The exhibition is a culmination of a years’ worth of project work.