Social: Neighbourhood Crowd

This logo is designed by local artist Milo Elliot who was part of the 2019 UNITe at g!39.
This logo is designed by local artist Milo Elliot who was part of the 2019 UNITe at g!39.

Join us for Neighbourhood Crowd, have a free cuppa and light snack, see the show, have a chat. Everyone is invited.

Neighbourhood Crowd is a gathering in the kitchen at g39. It’s a chance to spend some time here with us, to see the exhibition, or to visit the library – but with a snack or a cuppa.

On 25th May we are really looking forward to having Climate Cooks cater and host our Neighbourhood Crowd event. Climate Cooks are a group of women who come together around cooking, hosting and eating. The women have lived experience of the asylum system, and through the project they share their heritage and culinary tradition. They started by running creative cooking workshops to share skills with each other, now with support from Levelling Up funding they are popping up across the city with their mobile bike kitchen.

Local creatives in Roath are designing the logos and we are inviting catering companies and artists that work directly to serve the community to provide meals and host the space.

Drop in anytime between 11am-1pm or come and go, it’s free to visit. We try to organise them for the last Saturday of every month while exhibitions are on. For details check here

This event is an alternative to an opening / launch event, a social space to come together and share food instead of drinks, a space to meet up with friends and enjoy art together.

This is a free event and meal.
The food served will either be vegan or variations of the meal will be vegan.


Future Dates - 25/05/24, 29/06/24, 27/07/24, 31/08/24, 28/09/24, 26/10/24


    • This logo is designed by local artist Milo Elliot who was part of the 2019 UNITe at g!39.

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