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Natasha MacVoy, 2019

UNITe 2019

25 October - 21 December 2019

Devised by artists for artists, the UNITe 2019 season is an autumn/winter programme of artistic experimentation, research, discussions, film, talks and presentations, and more.

Taking inspiration from independent art schools, studio groups and other ways that artists get together to support each other, g39s UNITe season transforms the exhibition venue into a shared artist studio space and communal hub.

UNITe studio community fosters and supports artists at any career stage. It is a space for artistic practice and its associated research, testing ideas, taking wrong turns, sharing ideas, serendipity, and discovery.


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News

23 October 2019

UNITe 2019
Daniel Clark, Mylo Elliott, Sophie Lindsey, Natasha MacVoy, Amber Mottram, Manon Parry, Radha Patel & Tessa Waite
Ar agor / Open: 26/10/19 21/12/19



Tachwedd / November


16
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00

23
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00

23
The Elsewhen Series:
Leah Marojević a Theo Clinkard
14.00-15.30

29
Sgwrs / Talk: Bryony Gillard
18.00-20.00
Dechrau: 18.30

30
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00


Rhagfyr / December


04
Gweithdy Warp: Ysgrifennu Cymwysiadau
14.00-17.00

06
Sgwrs / Talk: Daniel Trivedy
18.00-20.00
Dechrau: 18.30

07
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00

13
Sesiynau Un-I-Un / One-to-One Sessions
Mae'n hanfodol archebu lle ymlaen llaw /
Booking Essential
10.00-17.00


14
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00

20
Stiwdios Agored UNITe 2019
18.00-21.00

21
Clwb Cawl / Soup Group
12.00-14.00

g39 Fellowship TWO

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.
The Fellowship is an intensive series of workshops and training, contact time with mentors, visiting artists, curators and g39 staff. Well also be organising guest speakers and lectures, group peer critique sessions, plus away days, research visits, remote networking and social activity. In addition, the Freelands Artist Programme organise annual symposia and an exhibition opportunity at the end of each two-year cohort at Freelands Foundation in London.

By the end of the programme, over twenty artists will have participated in the g39 Fellowship.

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