Associate Artists

Abi Hood


Abi is an Oxford-based actor who has worked regularly with the Old Fire Station.

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Anja Meinhardt


Anja is a dancer and theatre-maker based in Oxford.

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Eleonora Aldegheri


Ellie is a freelance dance professional and director of the Lunas Dance Project.

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Emma Webb

Movement director

Emma Webb is a director and facilitator with a background in movement working in the UK and abroad.

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Emma Williams

Studio artist 2017

Emma's practice revolves around book-making and online projects.

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Harriet Poppy Speed

2019 exhibition: THIS GIRL MAKES

Harriet is a Furniture Design Engineer, and the creator of THIS GIRL MAKES.

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Hugh Pryor

2018 exhibition: Still In Motion

Hugh is an experimental photographic artist, using techniques for recording the passage of time and motion using digital slit scanning from video, lasers and naturally occurring slithers and slices.

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Human Story Theatre

Theatre company

A company which focuses on plays with a health and social care issue at heart.

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Isadora Reeves

2016 exhibition: Drawn Together

Isadora is a self-taught artist (b 1995) whose abstract paintings have been exhibited in the Museum of Everything’s Exhibition 2 at Tate Modern and Crash Haye-on-Wye international arts-fair shows.

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Jaya Mansberger

2017 exhibition: Pareidolia

Jaya is a painter and illustrator based in Oxford.

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Jo Elliott


Jo Elliott is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and co-founder of Moving Target Films.

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Jon Ouin


Jon Ouin is a musician who has composed soundtracks for theatre, radio, TV and more.

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Jonny & The Baptists

Associate artists

Jonny & the Baptists – Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gervers – are a UK-based musical comedy act working across comedy, festivals and theatre.

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Julian Benjamin

2019 exhibition: Dog Photographs

Julian is a photographer based in Oxford, with 20 years' experience at the coalface of the photographic industry.

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Justice In Motion

Theatre company

Justice in Motion is an Oxford based physical theatre company, set up in 2013 by artistic director Anja Meinhardt and currently EVOLVE company at the Oxford Playhouse.

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Kazem Hakimi

2017 Exhibition: Portraits From A Chip Shop

Photographer Kazem Hakimi was born in Shiraz in Iran, but moved to the UK in 1974. Having trained initially as a civil engineer, he then studied photography in London.

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Kim Thornton

2018 exhibition: Home Entertainment

​Kim Thornton’s practice combines making and photography with humour to disrupt stereotypes and to create surprise​ narratives.

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Lizzy McBain


Lizzy is a theatre-maker based in Oxford.

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Martin Raeburn

2017 exhibition: Colourful Chaotic Serenity

Martin's preferred style is 'action painting', in which the physical act of painting itself is an essential aspect of the finished work. He lives in Paris.

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Moez Kaudeer

2017 Exhibition: Transient City

Moez is an Oxford-based painter. He has lived in the city since 2012, and developed his artistic style in art classes run by Crisis Skylight.

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Nova Theatre

Theatre company

Nova Theatre create exciting, intriguing female-led shows.

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Oriane Pierrepoint

2017 exhibition: Fold

Oriane Pierrepoint is a young self-taught artist who specialises in the medium of figurative portraiture and draughtsmanship

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Oxford Theatre Guild

Theatre company

Oxford Theatre Guild is Oxfordshire's largest and longest-established amateur theatre company. They perform regularly at the OFS.

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Pipeline Theatre

Theatre company

A touring company of experienced theatre practitioners.

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Quilla Constance a.k.a. Jennifer Allen

2017 exhibition: Transcending The Signified

Quilla Constance is the creation of interdisciplinary artist Jennifer Allen. She is deployed by Allen to locate points of agency for the negotiation of black female identities within high art and majority culture.

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Sonia Latchford

2017 exhibition: Shades of Black

Sonia looks at issues of race and sexuality within pop culture, and specifically within art. She is influenced by artists such as Kerry James Marshall, Kimathi Donkor and Kara Walker.

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The Dead Secrets

Comedy collective

Purveyors of surreal, character-driven, narrative sketch comedy and improvisation.

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The Shadowlight Artists

2018 exhibition: Rising

The Shadowlight Artists are a collective of artists with learning disabilities based in Oxfordshire, supported by Film Oxford.

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