15 April - 25 June 2016
Limen Locale is a solo commission where Thomas-Irvine are pushing the idea of ‘charged materials’ onto an architectural scale to create a “superimposed situation”.More info >>
Quite suddenly your smile is an architecture.
18 June 2016
30 July - 6 August
Opening event 29th July 6.30-9pm
Broadleaf Books, Abergavenny
(1933-2004) was a prolific and influential poet, artist and musician. Best know for his seminal 1968 text Bomb Culture, Nuttall worked tirelessly across sculpture, painting, poetry and publishing as well as instigating early performance art, experimental theatre and ‘happenings’ in the U.K. In this exhibition, Nuttall’s books and publishing projects - including his seminal publication My Own Mag - will be brought together within a sculptural environment by artist Melissa Appleton.
Nuttall grew up in the Orcop Valley, Herefordshire and lived in the Black Mountains in later years. These distinct geographies in Nuttall’s life informed his fascination with the violent relationship between body and landscape that features strongly in his work.
The opening event on 29th July will feature music and readings of Nuttall's work by artists and poets including Ivor Davies, Ann Drysdale,Sam Hasler
and Adam Horowitz
Broadleaf Books, 16 Monk Street Abergavenny, NP7 5NP
Exhibition hours, 10am - 5pm daily
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
29 March 2016
Plymouth Art Centre
15 April – 11 June. Open from 1pm – 8.30pm and free to visit.
Kelly Best’s site specific drawing installations respond to the architecture of the galleries they inhabit, expanding beyond the flat surface and in some cases creating three-dimensional optical illusions. Cardiff-based Best presents new drawings and bold abstract paintings.
38 Looe St, Plymouth PL4 0EB
Join our WARP away day on 7 May to see this exhibition and many others in Plymouth.
17 October 2015
Initiated by a-n and CVAN, with contributions from Scottish Artists Union, Engage and other key organisations, the visual arts sector has made a joint submission to the Treasury Spending Review outlining a number of key recommendations to help better support the sector.
UNIT#1 Trinity and WARP with Thomas Williams
Just Between Us
28 May - 25 June
Opening 27 May 6 - 9 pm
A project exploring how different communities can begin to recognise each other and benefit from the diversity of ways they share the city space.
This project is a research partnership between WARP and Trinity Centre, led by artist Thomas Williams.
WARP provides professional development opportunites to artists in wales, and fosters a critical community of artists and creatives.
Trinity Center is a charity based at Trinity Methodist Church. Serving refugees, asylum seekers and others in need in the local community.
Dydd Llun 13 Mehefin 10am-4pm
g39 yn cynnal gweithdy arbrofol am ddim a fydd yn ffurfio rhan o 'iwtopia' prosiect ymchwil Paul Eastwood:
Sut mae'r iaith yn rheoli'r penderfyniadau rydym yn ei wneud?
Gan ddefnyddio byrfyfyr sgript tebyg i Peter Watkins’ docudram', a oedd yn aml yn golygu a chyfweld actorion yn y rôl, i ysgogi trafodaeth ac archwilio
methodolegau celf o amgylch y cwestiwn:
Dychmygwch ei fod yn gan mlynedd yn y dyfodol, a'r iaith Gymraeg wedi diflannu. Os ydych yn cael y cyfle i adael neges ar gyfer y dyfodol, beth fyddech chi'n ei ddweud?
Byddwch yn cael eich gofyn i archwilio amrywiaeth o ddulliau i fynegi eich neges. Gall hyn gynnwys perfformiad, arlunio a cherflunio clai. Byddwch hefyd yn cael cyfle i ymchwilio sut gall lluniadu gyda wrthrychau clai weithredu fel propiau ar gyfer adrodd straeon a gweld sut gall waith byrfyfyr fod fel cyfrwng i greadigrwydd.
Senario bras ar gyfer actio dull:
Chi yw'r person olaf byw sy'n siarad Cymraeg.
Yn agos at ddiwedd, beth fyddwch chi'n ei ddweud?
Bydd yr holl weithgareddau gweithdy yn cael eu recordio gyda fideo a sain ac yna eu rhoi ar-lein fel rhan o brosiect ymchwil 'iwtopia'.
*Nid oes angen profiad blaenorol mewn perfformio na chelf er mwyn cymryd rhan.