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For April 2023. There are no entries - my memory doesn't go back that far ...


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Spring Fayre with performances by Qwerin

Published on Sunday 23rd April 2023 at 2:09 PM

A community event themed around Spring, growing, sustainability and wellbeing for all the community with workshops for all ages, music and dancing performances, craft stalls, a fantastic parade and much, much more 11am - 8pm

Featuring performances by Qwerin at 4pm and 6.30pm

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Dancing infront of a message - Things that move/Pethau sydd yn symud.


Published on Wednesday 12th April 2023 at 6:47 PM

You’re invited to join us at 2pm on Friday and Saturday this week to share what Cai Tomos has developed during his Research Studio at Oriel Davies.

Please note that due to short-staffing the cafe will only be open on Saturday before the event

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Lithographic print 1949, head and torso of a boy.

Fresh new space!

Published on Thursday 6th April 2023 at 5:56 PM

We’ve finished our spring clean in gallery 1, Neil and Frank have been so busy painting the space with Little Greene Slaked Lime and the floor is buffed and ready to go. To celebrate we’re putting a special exhibition up for a very limited time.

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Gallery Spring Clean

Published on Thursday 6th April 2023 at 11:51 AM

We’re sprucing up the gallery spaces, having a bit of a Spring Clean over the coming weeks. Following a period of intensive activity we are now working with our partners Little Greene to do some much needed maintenance on the main gallery spaces.

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Cai Tomos in Residency

Published on Saturday 1st April 2023 at 7:09 PM

Cai Tomos is in the gallery for the next two weeks exploring new work celebrating dance and movement, inspired by everything from Kierkegaard to Bob Dylan, the windmills of my mind to choirs to an old photograph of himself.

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