The experience of every refugee artist is different, every challenge is faced individually as well as collectively. Through a programme of inspiring exhibitions, workshops and talks, Hay Castle will host ‘Artistiaid Ffoadur Cymru Refugee Artists’ which will celebrate Welsh stories of hospitality, humanity, and hope through the lens of great art made by refugee artists who have found welcome in Wales from the 1940s to the present day. It will also explore the role that local communities play for those artists seeking refuge.
Throughout June, the artistic works of over 100 secondary school pupils from south-east Wales are on display at Cardiff’s Pierhead Building – after the pupils took part in a pioneering memorial project, led by Swansea University and Imperial War Museums, with artist Siôn Tomos Owen.
Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre are to host The Romani Cultural & Arts Company (RCAC) continued project Gypsy Maker 5 this September.
Abergavenny Train Station is among several new and surprising locations across the UK hosting Art Night 2021, a free month-long contemporary art festival. The presentation launches local organisation Peak Cymru’s new cultural space, Platfform 2, on the southbound side of the railway track.
An era in the world of Doctor Who is truly coming to an end. I’m not talking about the departure of the show’s lead actor Peter Capaldi, or the series showrunner Steven Moffat, but the closure of the Doctor Who Experience exhibition, of which has resided by the BBC’s Roath Lock studios for the lastContinue reading “On Show: The Doctor Who Experience, Porth Teigr”
The exhibition, Ffiniau – Borders, Four Welsh Artists in Raymond Williams’ Border Country, originally created for the 2016 National Eisteddfod held at Abergavenny is currently on show at Chepstow Museum until February 26. Coal Train In The Rhondda By Charles Burton A talk relating to the exhibition, ‘Border Country in Words and Pictures’, will beContinue reading “Border Country in Words and Pictures Looks At Raymond Williams Work”