An arts centre in Didcot has announced a range of exhibitions for the summer season.

From May to August, Cornerstone Arts Centre will host several displays allowing the public to explore a range of themes including self-discovery, social commentary and community heritage.

The season kickstarts with Eden Silver-Myer's 'Befriending My Brain', which will feature as part of Oxfordshire Artweeks in May, highlighting the subject of neurodiversity through a bright display of colours and textures.

Oxford Mail: Befriending My BrainBefriending My Brain (Image: South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils)

From June 5 to July 27, Clive Wright's 'Shouting Quietly' presents a selection of paintings chronicling the intricacies of human existence.

Oxford Mail: Shouting QuietlyShouting Quietly (Image: South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils)

Cornerstone will finish the summer season with 'Didcot Dairy Story' from 31 July to 31 August.

Oxford Mail: Didcot Dairy StoryDidcot Dairy Story (Image: South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils)

This exhibition is curated by Dr Leah Hewerdine and Ruby Livesey and showcases the legacy of the Didcot Dairy through a display of artefacts, photographs and memories.

Councillor Maggie Filipova-Rivers, a member of the South Oxfordshire District Council, said: "I love that we can display these exhibitions for free to the public and they can experience such a wide range of art and artists at Cornerstone.

“I’d encourage anyone coming along to Cornerstone whether it’s to see a show or to enjoy some refreshments at Café Nourish to pop into the gallery and view the art on display this summer.”

Visitors can view the exhibitions during opening hours.

Information about all the exhibitions can be found on the Cornerstone website.