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.

 

Land Acts

Stefhan Caddick, Rebecca Chesney, Morag Colquhoun, Ella Gibbs, Owen Griffiths

Land Acts presents the work of five artists, collectively exploring the power of land and contemporary, rural experience.

The featured artists work closely with individuals and communities through their artistic practices to consider the connection and potential between land use and local economies, class, climate change, education and food production.

This exhibition and programme of talks and activities reflects on some of these projects and opens new conversations about the role of the artist in helping us all to reflect on our relationship to land and how we can reimagine it for the future.

Land Acts is delivered in collaboration with Peak, an arts organisation based in the Black Mountains that works with professional artists and communities responding to the rural environment.

www.peak.cymru 

 

Image: Rebecca Chesney

The Table

Special gifts and desirable contemporary objects

Visually rich and dramatic, The Table pays contemporary homage to Dutch still-life painting and features work from some of the best individual makers, designers and artists from Wales and across the UK.

Jug: Katrin Moye

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