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g39 Fellowship TWO

25 September 2019 - 25 August 2021

g39 are pleased to announce the second group of the g39 Fellowship programme 2019 -21. Following an open call and selection process we are happy to welcome Becca Thomas & Clare Charles – working collaboratively, Will Roberts, Rebecca Gould, Rhiannon Lowe and Freya Dooley.

The artists will take part in a structured programme of studio practice and self-directed research at g39 over a period of two years with financial support. The programme is unique in Wales and complements the ongoing support g39 offers artists in Wales.

The g39 Fellowship is an initiative that fosters, extends and reinforces a peer group of artists over a five-year programme. It forms part of the Freelands Artist Programme alongside equivalent initiatives organised by PS2 (Paragon Studios/Project Space) in Belfast, Site Gallery in Sheffield and Talbot Rice Gallery at the University of Edinburgh. They will join the first group that joined the g39 programme in 2019 - Kelly Best, Ian Watson, Fern Thomas, Neasa Terry, Jennifer Taylor who will start their second year on the Fellowship.

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News

11 January 2020
The Listening Sessions are semi-regular events for collective listening. You’re invited to bring along a track to share in response to the session’s theme.

We welcome music of all genres and you may respond in any way you like. It could also be a track you’ve produced yourself, but doesn’t have to be.
11 January 2020
At Y Lle Celf at Tregaron a large multi-media exhibition will be held. Applications in both fine and applied art (including the moving image and performance art) are welocme.

The selected works will be displayed in Y Lle Celf for the duration of the Eisteddfod. Where the work necessitates, it may happen other than in the building itself.

Deadline for applications : 14 February
11 January 2020
18 January - 22 March, Arnolfini

Amak Mahmoodian’s Zanjir (Translation: “chain”) presents a body of photographs that cross great distances – reaching through history to bring the earliest images of Iranian photography into the present, across oceans to invite Mahmoodian’s family and friends; and across the border between life and death.


Looking back, moving on..
Edrych yn ôl, symud ymlaen..

Thanks for coming and seeing what we've been doing, and if you didn't here's what you missed...

We're back! As we leave 2019 behind let’s try and remember all the good stuff that happened. g39 had another busy year - thanks for coming and seeing us, and if you didn't here's what you missed. Come along in 2020…

Big thanks to everyone who supported us this year: the artists, all the volunteers, the board, our funders and staff.

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Cardiff Listening Sessions:
Gather

The Listening Sessions are semi-regular events for collective listening. You’re invited to bring along a track to share in response to the session’s theme.
We welcome music of all genres and you may respond in any way you like. It could also be a track you’ve produced yourself, but doesn’t have to be.

27 January, 6:30pm - 9:00pm

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