Angela Maddock’s phone dealt her a challenge: go to Middlesbrough.

At the beginning of October 2018, she set out on foot from the gallery and spent the month walking to north-east England, via her hometown in the Midlands. Finding material along the way and sending it back to the gallery every few days, the exhibition is the tale of her journey; of evidence gathered, returned and transformed.

Image: Courtesy of Dafydd Williams

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Sunday 31 March 2019 11am – 1pm

Following in her Footsteps

Join us on Mother’s Day for Sunday morning coffee and pastries with artist Angela Maddock and her daughter Ruby Maddock (Tate Learning Schools Assistant, writer and artist) for an unconventional ‘In Conversation’ event to open our new exhibition.

On October 6th 2018 Angela set off from Carmarthen to walk to Middlesbrough. Ruby followed her progress from afar. For this ‘In Conversation’, they invite us to join them as they unpick the evidence of an epic journey – its tales, trials, evidence gathered, returned and transformed – and what it might mean to ‘follow in her footsteps’.

Free event, no need to book, all welcome.

Everyone welcome (mothers and daughters optional!)

Forest + Found: Walking the Line

An exhibition of new work by Forest + Found, collaborative artists Max Bainbridge and Abigail Booth.

Working alongside one another and influenced by their relationship to the land, Booth and Bainbridge tread the line between art and craft, crossing between contemporary art practices and the traditions of craftsmanship.

Main image courtesy of Yeshen Venema

Criw Celf 2019

Celebrating Young Artists

Criw Celf at Oriel Myrddin Gallery creates opportunities for young people ranging in age from 9-14 years of age to work with professional artists and designers in a series of visual arts Masterclasses. The exhibition in the main gallery space is a curated sample of the young people’s work created throughout 2019.

Criw Celf is an Arts Council of Wales funded pan-Wales project for gifted and talented young artists.

 

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