Art exhibitions, live music, wine tastings and talks are set to entertain attendees at an event held across three venues next month.

Art Late Summertown will take place on May 23 from 5.30pm-8pm.

The North Wall, Turrill Sculpture Garden, and Sarah Wiseman Gallery are collaborating once again to deliver the bi-annual event.

Attendees will be able to enjoy printmaker Duncan Montgomery's exhibition ‘Parsons Pleasure and the Ponds’, curated by cultural historian George Townsend, at The North Wall.

Elsewhere, Turrill Sculpture Garden will host the group show 'Narratives of Nature' while the Wiseman Gallery presents Daniel Ablitt’s solo show ‘Quietude’, with Mr Ablitt set to be in attendance.

The event will also include live music by Ben Avison, wine tastings with Grape Minds and Art Late talks led by Sarah Wiseman.

The first informal introductory talk will start at 5.45pm and the second at 6.15pm.

The event is free and each venue will provide free refreshments for attendees.

Throughout the event, attendees can enter a prize draw after receiving a stamp at each venue on their Art Late flyer.

Prizes include a £50 voucher for Bia on South Parade, a Duncan Montgomery woodcut print or a two-hour art class voucher at art-K.

All works on display will be up for sale.