Welcome to g39`s Wales Artist Resource Programme
WARP! Christmas Social
Friday 13 November, 4 - 7pm/ g39, Oxford St, Cardiff/ Free
As a special thankyou to everyone who's helped at g39 & WARP over this year, we'd like to invite all our volunteers and friends to our g39/ WARP Christmas Party.
The evening will be filled full of festive merryment, come and enjoy some mulled wines, mince pies with a Wham! tinged playlist!
A great chance for everyone to meet other volunteers and friends who have so kindly donated their time and effort to us. Wear your best/worst jumper and join in on our Christmas family photo!
Louise Hobson awarded Library Residency 2014
Louise Hobson, Theatre, 2012
We are happy to announce that the g39/ WARP Library Artist Project 2014 has been awarded to Louise Hobson! Louise will begin her residency in January 2014 running through until March.
She states that she is 'interested in the idea of the trade route and how as a theoretical and visual concept, it can be used as a tool to explore the exchange of art, knowledge and ideas on a global scale. In the Warp library there is a book called 'Connect: Public Art in Transit Project. Belfast to Dublin Rail Link' by Frances Dowds and I would like to take this catalogue of a project that explores making points and forging links, as a starting point.'
During the past year and a half, we have, with a huge amount of input from volunteers, catalogued the g39/Warp Library, which you can now browse online. The Library also has a dedicated room at g39, where the publications sit on shelves ready for perusal. Books from the Library often complement our exhibitions. The collection includes a broad and sometimes curious range of subjects and formats. Anyone interested in exploring them further can come and spend time browsing or check them out online first then come in to read.
Birmingham Away Day
Tuesday 4 February 2014/ Leaving from g39, Cardiff
Hannah and Chris drive through Cardiff, Artcarbootique 2012
We will be making an Away Day with Spike Associates to visit galleries in Birmingham including Eastside Projects, Grand Union, Lombard Method and Ikon as well as visiting studios and meeting artists. This will be opportunity to meet with ESP members and Spike Associates making this a great networking opportunity as well as a chance to see exhibitions and studio spaces in the city.
If you would like to register your interest in attending the day or offering your space please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the heading 'Birmingham Away Day'
- Oriel Davies Open 2014
Deadline: 13 January 2014
Oriel Davies is seeking submissions from artists working in any medium. This includes: performance, sound, digital, installation, painting, sculpture, print, photography, moving image, applied art and craft. The exhibition will show at Oriel Davies from 26 April - 18 June 2014. There is no geographical restriction and entry is open both to professional artists and to students (17+) currently training in visual art.
- Glynn Vivian Young People - Film Club
Tuesday 17 December, 5 pm
'12 films to watch before you grow old'. Join the team of Glynn Vivian Young People aged 14-24 and host your own gigs, films and events in Swansea. Buffalo 66 (15), 1998, Duration: 110 mins. Director: Vincent Gallo. A distinctive debut as director from actor Vincent Gallo, this autobiographical tale is one of the finest American independent movies in recent memory. Free popcorn. All events are free. Everyone welcome, no booking required. YMCA, 1, The Kingsway, Swansea, SA1 5JQ.
- Martketing Officer - Oriel Davies
Application closing date: 6 January 2014
Oriel Davies are seeking a dynamic individual with extensive experience in arts marketing to join our busy team. The post holder will extend the Gallery's marketing and publicity reach and assist with developing new audiences for our programmes and services. Part-time (2/5) 19,000 - 22,338 pounds pro rata. Click the link for details on how to apply