Celebrate the Arts at Oxford University and help talented students gain invaluable experience performing and creating work with their peers.
The King’s Hall Trust for the Arts was created in 1996 by a group of Brasenose College, Oxford graduates to promote and fund student arts activities and productions. Over the years, KHTA has funded a huge range of projects, mainly plays and films but also visual arts, photography and music. It’s also supported some projects outside the university, including an Oxfordshire schools art exhibition. For Brasenose College, KHTA has supported several summer arts festivals and a number of projects that have helped students from the college develop their ideas and skills.
Supporting KHTA with a monthly donation, big or small, will help ensure that the types of performances that launch careers and define Oxford University’s unique cultural experience can continue to take place.
We have no overheads, so all of your donation will go directly to the cost of devising and staging creative work. With your help, KHTA will continue to encourage students’ creative initiative and ensure that Oxford remains a training ground for the country’s finest actors, musicians and artists.