Calendar of Events
Each year we hold three named lectures in honour of key figures in Wolfson's history.
Stroll around our College and you will find works of art in our quads, corridors and halls.
An exhibition of new paintings.
Private Views on Sunday 11 and Sunday 18 November from 2 to 6 pm.
Open daily 10 am to 7 pm subject to College commitments. Visitors should ring the Lodge on 01865 274100 beforehand.
General Meeting occurs at least twice in each term and is an opportunity for all College and Common Room members to discuss any College business.
We hope you can join us for an informal evening of drinks, canapés and speeches from Tim Hitchens, Stephen Wordsworth from CARA and some special guests. The event will take place at 19.00 in the Wolfson Café.
The exhibition will display incredible artistic works of young Tibetan artists from Snow Land Art School in Tibet. The event will be started with a brief introduction by Ngawa Choepjor, who is the co-founder of Snow Land Art School in Tibet.
Edward Grint is one of the most exciting bass-baritones of the new generation, an alumnus of King’s College, Cambridge, and the Benjamin Britten Opera School at the Royal College of Music.
Award-winning novelist Rachel Cusk, author of Arlington Park (shortlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction) and the recent trilogy, Outline, Transit and Kudos, in conversation with OCLW about her work, and negotiating between fact and fiction.
Come down to the Wolfson bar for an evening of live music, art, literature, and photography! The Romulus editorial team will be launching the theme for this year’s issue with drinks, conversation and an open mic.
Biographies are not just for celebrities. 'Normal' people's lives - your own, in fact - can be much more fascinating and interesting. The aim of this one day course is to help you start thinking about writing your life story.
Nima Farahmand Bafi was born in 1984 to a musical family. He began his music endeavours by playing the Tonbak (a Persian traditional percussion instrument) and at the age of twelve started playing the piano.
The Oxford University Italian Society (OUIS) organises weekly classes open to all those interested in learning Italian. The beginners course is in Wolfson (seminar room 3, but check at the lodge) on Mondays at 19:30. Italian classes at other levels are also organised in different locations.
Mr William Conner, Development Director of Wolfson College will give a lecture entitled ‘The Art and Science of Major Gift Fundraising: A life with Tycoons and Philanthropists’ on Thursday 29 November. Everyone is welcome.