A heap of local faves.
Oxford Art Factory
Put on your XraySpeX.
It’s one of two new venues to score an extra 30 minutes of late-night trade.
The NSW Government has told the venues to keep operating under lockout schedules.
But the government is already appealing the decision.
Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory is up for sale, but its boss and its real estate agent have reassured locals that it isn’t closing, isn’t moving out, and is simply searching for a landlord to take ownership of the property on which the venue sits. Speaking with Music Feeds, the real estate agent selling the Oxford
Sydney’s beloved live music venue Oxford Art Factory is up for sale, with an auction to be held in just over a week’s time. Oxford Art Factory has been listed on the Real Commercial website, and is described as a “rare and iconic Sydney metro investment”. The listing points out that a new 10-year lease
A new event out of the College Of Fine Arts is set to unleash Oxford Art Factory with a full frontal creative mash-up of art, design, live music, DJs, cakes, face-painting … and everything else you’ve ever dreamed of. MASHED is free until 5pm, with an art exhibition, design markets, cake stall and cafe. Though
If you haven’t already heard, Deep Sea Arcade are hitting both the road and the beach this summer in a co-headline tour with fellow surficianados Surf City from New Zealand. The two bands will duel it up along the east coast throughout February 2011 and with both bands drawing inspiration from classic surf music it’s
I’ve already had the pleasure of seeing Born Ruffians play live twice, but when I heard they were hitting our shores once more this year I couldn’t resist the temptation. A Born Ruffians show simply never gets boring. This is partially thanks to vocalist Luke LaLonde’s trademark high-pitched voice, which is a hard act to
Jason Collett (Broken Social Scene) is coming back to Australia with his solo tour.
Mixing art music and humanitarian aid, the second annual Design For Humanity has just announced that The Vines will be headlining the event, set to take place on Wednesday the 24th of November at The Oxford Art Factory. The event is a concert meets arts auction where all the proceeds go to UNICEF’s Pakistan Flood
Having met with The City Of Sydney Council on the night of Monday the 11th, Mark Gerber has come out and said he is “confident that sanity will prevail and that an amended daytime use of the OAF can be negotiated.’
As the weather gets colder in Sydney, it’s getting harder and harder to get out of bed in the morning, but there’s still plenty to do when what’s left of the sun sets at night.
Oxford Art Factory are pleased to announce that we will be ringing in our third New Year as a venue with an absolutely stellar line-up
With their debut album The Sunspot Letters under their belt as well as an impressive list of support slots including Doves, Dan Auerbach and their upcoming tours with Liam Finn and Blitzen Trapper,
On Friday 21st August, the Oxford Art Factory celebrate their second birthday. True to form, this momentous event will be celebrated with an enormous free party, with a line-up featuring the cream of emerging musical talent from Sydney and beyond. The past year has seen the venue build on its strengths and its manifesto of
Bring on the High & Dry Launch Night 2009 – Half fundraiser, half teaser and a whole lotta fun. Set in the darkened underground lair of the Oxford Arts Factory we seemed a world away from the industrial, gritty backdrop that has previously been synonymous with events put on by the Figureight clan. Yet, even
Performing tracks from debut album “Tragedy of the Commons” to mark Autism Awareness Week at the Oxford Art Factory