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Newport Museum & Art
Depot Rd, Gadlys, Aberdare. Mon-
drawing of these traditional Indian
Sat 9am-4.30pm. Free. 01685
constructions, which have been built
Gallery
886729.
in the country for over a thousand
John Frost Square, Newport.
Lorraine Bewsey 'Poet Portraits'
years. This exhibition also includes
Mon-Thu 9.30am-5pm, Fri 9.30am-
Exhibition of work in the Oriel
work by Matthew Tomalin in Gallery
4.30pm, Sat 9.30am-4pm. Free.
Innerspace Gallery. (Until Sat 18
3. (Throughout October)
01633 840064 /
Oct) Martyn Jones 'Aeon' New Magpie Gallery
www.newport.gov.uk/
artgallery
work in the Oriel Space Gallery. Top Floor, 10 Feet Tall, Church
Ffres A wide range of work from nine
Inclusion in Buzz Listings is free. Send via post or email by 17th of the previous month. Buzz
(Until Sat 8 Nov) Street, Cardiff. Free. 029 2022
leading contemporary Welsh paint-
Dylan Thomas Centre
8883 / contact@wearemagpiegal-
takes no responsibility for material sent or any errors made after time of going to press.
ers, looking to locate a new 'spirit' in
Somerset Place, Swansea. Tue-Sun
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21st century Welsh art. (From Sat 4
*= recommended 10.30am-5pm. Free. 01792 463980
William Roberts 'There You
Oct until Sat 29 Nov)
/ www.dylanthomas.org
Aren't' Recent works from this rising
Barker Gallery
Canton, Cardiff. Tue-Sun 12pm-
Fairy Tales For Young Children
Welsh painter, who's already been
Newport Wetlands Centre
art.
Pontypool Museum, Park
5pm & 6pm-9pm. Free. 029 2030
The bright, vibrant and sometimes
selected for a number of high-profile
West Nash Road, Uskmouth, nr,
Buildings, Pontypool. Mon-Sat
4400 / www.chapter.org
scary results of four schools in
exhibitions around South Wales. His
Newport. Mon-Sun 9am-5pm. Free.
11am-5pm, Sun 2-5pm. Admission
Anna Barratt 'Another Side'
Swansea and Neath Port Talbot's
works are largely process-driven and
01633 636363.
£1.20/60p. Free Wed/Sun 2-5pm.
Drawings that venture into absurdist
work with artists Maria Hayes, on the
concerned with how paints physically
Richard Corbett 'Wetland
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
01495 752036.
and/or unknown territory, owing both
subject of classic fairytales. (Until
work. (Until Sun 5 Oct) Andrew
Reflections' Exhibition of paintings
University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
Maldwyn Charles 'Signs And
to contemporary life and medieval
Sat 11 Oct) William Reimnitz
Purnell ‘As It Unfolds’ Cardiff-
inspired by the landscape of the
Free. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm. 01970
Signifiers' Mixed media work. Also
mythology. (From Fri 3 Oct until
'Ugly Lovely Town' A collection
based artist/designer with a heavy
Wetlands and the Severn Estuary.
621903 / www.aber.ac.uk/art-
featured in the Cafe: paintings from
Thurs 20 Nov) Bolts The results
of drawing and sound in four parts,
cartoon/graffiti influence. (From
(Until Tue 11 Nov)
scentre
Carol Charles and Alan Bland. (Until
of Ffotogallery and Chapter's work
inspired by the city of Swansea and
Thurs 9 Oct until Sun 9 Nov) Norwegian Church Arts
First Contact An exhibition of
Sun 26 Oct)
this summer with a group of youths
its relationship with Dylan Thomas. Martin Tinney Gallery Centre
work from members of the Arts Bay Art
between seven and 19, creating pho-
It features nine graphite images 18 St Andrew’s Crescent, Cardiff. Harbour Drive, Cardiff Bay. Sat &
Centre’s Beginners & Intermediate
tograms. (From Mon 6 Oct until Sun
54 Bute Street, Cardiff Bay.
that map a route that traces parts Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am- Sun 10am-4pm. Please call for gal-
Photography classes. (Until Sat 11
2 Nov) Stop.Watch New films by art-
Open Tues-Sat. 029 2065 0016
of Thomas' life... (From Mon 20 Oct 5pm. Free. 029 2064 1411 / mtg@ lery visits during the week. Free.
Oct) Wildlife Photographer Of
ists addressing ecological emergen-
/ bayart@tiscali.co.uk / www.
until Sun 16 Nov) artwales.com 029 2045 4899 / www.
The Year Sponsored by Shell, this
cies, namely: Jordan Baseman, Phil
bayart.org.uk Elysium
Evelyn Williams New paintings norwegianchurchcardiff.com
competition has been going for over
Coy, Manu Luksch, Christine Ödlund,
Imaginary Environments Open 41 High Street, Swansea. Free.
from a lady who at the age of 77 is Estonian Exhibition In association
40 years; exhibited here are the
Elodie Pong, Simon Woolham and
intergenerational drawing show. 07980 925449 / myspace.com/ely-
still hard at work. This is her second with the Wales Estonia Festival, an
winners, and best of the rest of the
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries.
(Until Sat 4 Oct) Tim Freeman, siumgallery
MTG exhibition and features round exhibition of artwork celebrating
32,000 entries from 2007. The ones
This is during half term week. (From
Liam O'Connor & Christopher Works On Paper Open exhibition
30 paintings plus a fully illustrated Estonian life. (From Fri 17 until
of the owl and the frogs in the press
Tue 28 Oct until Mon 3 Nov)
Holloway Three Cardiff-based art- curated by members of Swansea
catalogue. (Until Sat 25 Oct) Fri 31 Oct)
release have been killing me softly ists who have all graduated in the Cole & Co Gallery
artists’ collective Framework. (Until Mission Gallery The Old Hall
in here. (Until Sun 2 Nov) Jerwood last five years, working in a variety of Lochaber Street, Roath, Cardiff.
Sun 19 Oct) Gloucester Place, Swansea. 11am- High Street, Cowbridge. Free.
Contemporary Painters The sec- media including film, photography, Tues-Sat, 10am-6pm. Free. 029
5pm. Free. 01792 652016. 01446 773941.
ond Jerwood exhibition of its kind, digital media and painting. (From 2048 7850 / liz@coleandco.com
Ffotogallery @ Turner
Ainsley Hillard 'Traces' Drawn To The Garden An
this focuses on emerging UK artists Sat 18 until Fri 31 Oct) Vibrant-Vintage-Visionary Three House
Carmarthenshire-based textile art- exhibition by the members of
and has been selected by Jason creatively linked women who all live Plymouth Road, Penarth, nr
ist who will create an installation Cardiff Drawing Group, inspired by
Brooks, Professor Stephen Farthing,
Brecknock Museum
and work in Wales present their work Cardiff. Wed-Sun 11am-5pm.
inspired by the social and architec- Cowbridge Physic Garden. Features
RA, and Professor Anita Taylor. (Until
Captain’s Walk, Brecon. Mon-Fri
here: Sarah McCormack's ceramics, Admission free. 029 2034 1667.
tural history of Mission Gallery; it work from 18 different members.
Sat 8 Nov)
10am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun
Laura Moorhouse, 50s and 60s-style Pieter Hugo ‘Portraits’ Youthful
12-5pm. Admission £1/50p. 01874
will also explore the interrelation- (Until Sat 18 Oct)
Albany Gallery
photography and Karen Dell'armi's yet highly rated photographer who’s
624121.
ships between people, memory and
Old Library
74b Albany Road, Cardiff. Mon-Sat
silver jewellery. (Throughout been exhibiting his large-scale work
Aberystwyth Printmakers Three-
space. (Until Sat 1 Nov)
The Hayes, Cardiff. Mon-Sat 10am-
10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm. Free.
October) since 2002. “His agenda is to simply
year-old collective presents its first Model House Craft 5pm, Sun 10am-4pm. Free. 029
029 2048 7158 / www.albanygal- themed show, which concentrates on The Corner House Gallery
question society’s attitudes and these
lery.com the landscape of mid-Wales. (Until 38 Quay Street, Ammanford.
questions often become the answers Centre
2022 7181 / museum@cardiff.
Donald McIntyre The final solo Sat 15 Nov) World War 1: 90th Tues-Sat, 10am-5pm. Free. 01269
themselves” it says here. (Until Sun Bull Ring, Llantrisant. Tue-Sun
gov.uk
show of this venerable Welsh painter, Anniversary Exhibition covering the 594959 / www.bridge-gallery.co.uk
19 Oct) 10am-5pm. Free. 01443 237758.
When We Were Young: Growing
for reasons of (in his own words) general history of WWI and the politi- Mick Morgan & Matthew Harris The Gate
Pottering In The Kitchen
Up In Cardiff How have teenagers
"age and decrepitude". It features cal events leading up to it as well as 'Duo 2008' Scuptural ceramics from Keppoch Street, Roath, Cardiff.
Exhibition celebrating functional
in the city spent their time over the
paintings of Anglesey, the north local stories and memories from this Morgan; angular textile work from Mon-Sat 10am-9pm. Free. 029
domestic kitchenware, via 15 UK pot-
last 100 years? Discover how young
Wales coast, Iona and Lindisfarne. region. (Until Sat 15 Nov) Harris. (Until Sun 19 Oct) 2048 3344 / info@thegate.org.uk
ters whose interest lies in domestic
people’s experiences of work, rest
(Until Sat 11 Oct)
ceramics. (Until Sun 19 Oct)
and play in the city have changed,
Ceredigion Museum
Craft In The Bay
Duende An exhibition featuring
Attic Gallery Terrace Road, Aberyswyth. Free. The Flourish, Lloyd George Avenue,
the work of four visual artists Momentum
and how they’ve remained the same.
(Until Sun 4 Jan)
14 Cambrian Place, Swansea. 01970 633088 / Cardiff. Mon-Sun 10.30am-5.30pm.
– Rosemary Aphrattos, Virginia 31 Charles Street, Cardiff. Free.
Tues-Fri 10-5.30, Sat 10-4.30. Free. gashley@ceredigion.gov.uk Admission free. 029 2048 4611.
Head, Gemma Jayne Paine and 029 2023 6266 / info@
Oriel Cambria
01792 653387 / www.atticgallery. The Big Draw: Mytrhs And Magic Mick Morgan & Matthew Harris
Bella Woodfield – in collabora- momentumcardiff.com
Rhiannon Gold Centre, Tregaron,
co.uk National drawing project comes to 'Duo 2008' Sculptural ceramics from
tion with dance artist, Anushiye Modern Greats An exhibition of
Ceredigion. Mon-Sat 10am-
Wilf Roberts 'Tir A Mor / Land Aberystwyth. (From Thurs 9 until Morgan; angular textile work from
Yarnell. (Until Sat 11 Oct) Glyn 20th Century classic furniture and
5.30pm. £1. 01974 298719 / www.
And Sea' Veteran Welsh painter who Wed 15 Oct) Seimon Pugh-Jones Harris. (Until Sun 19 Oct) Linda
Pooley 'The Great Completeness' lighting designs, featuring past,
cambriaarts. org.uk
retired in 1996 but has continued to Freelance photographer who has Bloomfield Porcelain tableware,
Contemporary artist presents a series present and future classic pieces. In
David Brightmore Mold-based
create work for several exhibitions. spent much of the past five years rec- described as "thrown tableware"
of paintings inspired by the sky, association with the Cardiuff Design
artist presents paintings and draw-
Inspired by the Anglesey landscape, reating battle scenes for an American by Bloomfield herself. (Until Sun
which he describes as "a compel- Festival. (From Wed 8 until Thurs
ings which attempt to express the
he depicts coastlines, cottages, magazine; this exhibiton will show- 19 Oct) Contemporary Textiles
ling presence, awesome in scale, 23 Oct)
dramatic qualiti8es of his sur-
churches, chapels etc, contrasting case some of this work. (From Sat 18 Recent work by second year stu-
profound and timeless in existence".
National Library Of Wales
roundings. (Until Tue 7 Oct) The
Picturemakers A group of fourteen
sombre greys and arresting whites. Oct until Sat 6 Dec) dents studying applied art at the
(From Sat 11 Oct until Sat 29 Nov)
Penglais, Aberystwyth. Free. 01970
visual artists based in Aberystwyth,
(From Sat 25 Oct until Sat 15 Nov)
Chapter Gallery
Metropolitan University in Swansea. Glynn Vivian Art Gallery 632800.
with members living in Ceredigion
(From Fri 24 Oct until Sat 1 Nov) Alexandra Rd, Swansea. Tue-Sun,
Chapter Arts Centre, Market Rd,
Traditional Welsh Costume
and Powys, they were all tutored
10am-4.45pm. Free. 01792 655006 Michael Freeman, curator at
by one Alistair Crawford and con-
/ www. Ceredigion Museum in Aberystwyth,
centrate on landscape and wildlife
glynnviviangallery.org is the main man behind this exhibi-
themes to a large extent. (From Fri
Minna Hint Estonian artists who tion, which explains the origin of the
10 Oct until Fri 7 Nov)
creates video installations using a costume and why it is worn. (Until
documentary style approach. (Until Sat 4 Oct)
Oriel Canfas
Sun 23 Nov) Unreliable Truths
National Museum &
Glamorgan Street, Cardiff. Thurs
Mark Cocks and John Paul Evans
+ Fri 1pm-4.30pm, Sat + Sun
curate an exhibition of some of
Gallery 11am-4.30pm. Free. 029 2066 6455
Wales' finest photographers, sleected
Cathays Park, Cardiff. Tue-Sun / info@olacanfas.co.uk
her for their ability to challenge
10am-5pm. Free except where Sarah Alex Carter 'Flux' Drawings
and illuminate their chosen subject
noted. 029 2057 3500 / www. and digital prints influenced by meta-
matter. (Until Sun 30 Nov) Philip
nmgw.ac.uk morphosis and the process of change.
Elgin ‘Spiritual Heroes’ Clay artist
Winifred Coombe Tenant: A Life (Until Sat 25 Oct)
influenced by 16th century painting
Through Art Extracts from the per-
Oriel Cric
and English medieval pottery. (Until
sonal art collection of this early 20th
Beaufort Street, Crickhowell.
Sun 30 Nov)
century collector, who took a particu-
Mon-Sun 10am-5pm. Free. 01873
Grand Pavilion
lar interest in Welsh art. This exhibi-
811970 / facilities@crickhowel-
tion follows up a similar one featur-
The Esplanade, Porthcawl. Mon-Fri
linfo.org.uk
ing the collection of Gwendoline and
9.30am-5pm, Sat 10am-5pm. Free.
Summer Exhibition Welsh art and
Margaret Davies, and is curated by
01656 815995 / www.grandpavil-
craft, including knitted textiles by
art historian Peter Lord. (Until Sun 9
ion.co.uk
visiting artist Melissa Warren, wire
Nov) Masterpieces Of French Art
Anthony Stokes Photographic
sculpture by John Binet Fauvel and
Impressionist works plus works from
exhibition from an artist whose work
ceramics by Ned Haywood. (Until
Barbizon and Realist schools of art.
has been praised by Iain Sinclair
Sat 1 Nov)
(Until January)
for its “memorials of discontinued
industries” and “hillsides learning to
National Waterfront
Oriel Davies
The Park, Newtown, Powys. Mon-
disguise their wounds”. (From Thurs Museum Sat 10am-5.30pm. Free. 01686
9 Oct until Sun 16 Nov) Oystermouth Road, Maritime 625041 / enquiries@orieldavies.
Kooywood Gallery
Quarter, Swansea. Daily 10am- org
8 Museum Place, Cardiff. Free.
5pm. Free. 01792 638950. Me Vs U The Young Curators
Tue-Sat 10.30am-6pm. Free. 029
Working Abroad Thousands of – nine young people from the local
ANNA BARRATT- ANOTHER SIDE 2023 5093 / www.
Welsh people left their homes to work area – present artworks from the
kooywoodgallery.com
and build new communities across Wolverhampton Art Gallery which
Fri 3 Oct-Thurs 20 Nov. Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
New Works Paintings by Gareth
the world, taking industrial skills with address the theme of ‘conflict’. (Until
Admission: Free. Info: 029 201 1050 Parry and John Rowlands, plus
them. Learn about the influence of Sat 4 Oct) Melissa Hinkin 'So
glassworks by Bill Swann. (Until
these people in places as far-flung as Far It Has Only Been For You'
Since graduating from the Wimbledon School of Art with an MA, Anna Barratt has been
Sat 11 Oct)
the USA, Australia, Ukraine and even Oswestry-born, London-studying
astounding exhibitors up and down the country with her artwork. As well as inclusion in many
Llanover Hall Arts Centre
England... (Until Sun 2 Nov) A Song sculptor investigates the significance
group exhibitions, she is now flying solo and exhibiting a collection of this unique work at
For Jack Display resulting from a of location and ways in which we
Romilly Rd, Canton, Cardiff. Mon-
concert on Sun 5 Oct, where some relate to a specific environment.
Chapter Arts Centre this Autumn.
Fri, 9.30am-4pm + 6.30-9.15pm,
dogs will sing outside the museum (Until Sat 4 Oct)
The pieces she will be revealing are powerful, yet contemporary with an autobiographical edge.
Sat 9.30am-12.15pm. Free. 029
with musical accompaniment. If you
2063 1144.
Oriel Makers
The surreal depiction of seemingly innocent images reveals deeper and more sinister connota-
want to know why you can find out
Lokesh & Simona Soni Paintings
37 Pen-y-lan Road, Roath Park,
in the Roundup section. Anyway, this
by two Indian artists. (Until Sat 25
Cardiff. Free. 029 2047 2595 / ori-
tions of Barratt’s work. Mythology is mixed with realism to create a world of interpretation for is to be recorded and made part of
Oct) Sue Hiley Harris 'Hidden
elmakers@hotmail.co.uk
the spectator to lose themselves in.
an exhibition which you can view
Waves' Beautiful minimal woven-tex-
Lisa Porch 'Words & Walls'
for two weeks. (From Sat 4 until Sat
The images that appear include unsettling depictions of disembodiment and the caging of
tile sculptures by this internationally-
Textiles exhibition. (Until Sat 4 Oct)
18 Oct) Jennie Savage 'Your Eyes
known artist. (Until Sat 25 Oct)
Alison Graham New ceramic work
heads, but the emotional integrity that fills these pieces makes them less disturbing and more
Are A Window (A Soundtrack For
Llantarnam Grange Arts
in porcelain. (From Fri 11 Oct until
touching. The fine penmanship gives the pieces a sensitive element while the watercolour adds
The Horizon)' A temporary cinema
Sat 8 Nov)
Centre
space, designed and built by Savage,
vibrancy to these fascinating images.
St. David’s Rd, Cwmbran, Torfaen.
that looks out towards Swansea Bay
Oriel Mwldan
Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm. Free. 01633
and features a soundtrack created on
Bath House Rd, Cardigan. Mon-Sat
People from all walks of life will be moved by these pieces and it’s guaranteed that you’ll find
483321.
Swansea beaches. (From Sat 4 until
10am-8pm. Free.
your own meaning within. What can you see?
Richard Cox ‘Stepwells:
Sat 18 Oct)
01239 621200 / siobhan@mwldan.
co.uk
Subterranean Architecture In
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