Annual Oriel Davies Friends Quiz 2017

The Friends of Oriel Davies are an active group of individuals, dedicated to supporting Oriel Davies Gallery. Join them for their warm and ... more >

Messy Kitchen | Children and Family Workshops in The Kitchen

Oriel Davies invites children and their families to take part in creative activities and workshos on Saturday mornings in more >

Rusty Winterbottom is in The Kitchen!

Mrs Winterbottom is an expert in all things kitchen-related, including cooking, serving, washing up and wiping down shiny surfaces. Mrs ... more >

Oriel Davies Gallery
The Park, Newtown
Powys SY16 2NZ
Telephone: +44 (0) 1686 625041
Fax: +44 (0) 1686 623633
Email: desk@orieldavies.org
Monday - Saturday 10am-5pm
Free Admission

News

Director Recruitment

December 2016—The trustees of Oriel Davies are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, capable and ambitious Director to take the gallery forward to the next stage of its development, building upon its past successes and reputation and ensuring a strong and vibrant future. more >

Artist Curator sought for the Litmus Programme

November 2016—An opportunity has arisen at for an emerging Artist Curator to develop and manage the Gallery’s new Litmus programme. more >

Email Down

October 2016—We are currently experiencing problems with our email system and cannot send or receive mail. Please bear with us. If you need to contact a member of the team urgently please call 01686 625041. more >

Opportunity: Nicky Coutts, Canal Opera

September 2016—Opportunity: Nicky Coutts, Artist in residence at Oriel Davies, is working on a Canal Opera and is looking for singers, a local male voice choir, soloists, other types of choirs, to work with her to produce a film located at nearby canals. more >

flora FINAL COMMISSION Anne-Mie Melis

August 2016—As part of the series of flora commissions in partnership with Oriel Davies, A New Niche for Nature focuses on the River Towy and in particular the point at which land and water meet – where rare and endangered plant species and invasive plants compete for survival. Anne-Mie Melis highlights the precariousness of this balance alongside wider ecological questions, imagining a new environment or ‘niche’ in which plants might grow. more >