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Events

As government rules on social distancing and staying at home because of COVID-19 have been updated, work has been ongoing to deliver our events innovatively to minimise the need for face-to-face contact. In our listing you will now find details of events open to the general public, which will be delivered online or in a carefully managed socially distanced environment.

If you're thinking about applying for an undergraduate degree at Oxford, please also see the information on open days, events and visiting for potential undergraduates.

Online and part-time courses at the University, as well as weekly classes, are offered at the Department for Continuing Education. Please see the course listing for more information.

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E.g., 20-09-2020
E.g., 20-09-2020
20Sep

A Nice Cup of Tea?

Gallery 40: Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Exhibitions | 2 Sep 2020 to 31 Dec 2020
20Sep

Lasers, Hoarding and Roman Gold Coinage

Gallery 7: Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Exhibitions | 2 Sep 2020 to 1 Mar 2021
20Sep

Scene through Wood: A Century of Wood Engraving

Gallery 8: Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Exhibitions | 2 Sep 2020 to 30 Nov 2020
20Sep

Young Rembrandt

Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Exhibitions | 2 Sep 2020 to 1 Nov 2020
22Sep

Resetting our relationship with nature in a post-COVID world

Oxford Martin School - Online Live Talk
Lectures and seminars |
23Sep

What triggered the Cambrian Explosion?

First Animals Online
Lectures and seminars |
23Sep

Written in Stone

Innovation Conversations - Online Talk
Lectures and seminars |
24Sep

Live Event: In Conversation with Katie Mitchell

The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities Humanities Division - Live Online Event
Lectures and seminars |
29Sep

2020 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Concert

Christ Church Cathedral - Live Online Streaming
Concerts |
30Sep

Seizing the opportunity to raise hydrocarbon taxation

Energy webinars from the Oxford Martin Programme
Lectures and seminars |

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