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Want to know how to get here? Or who works at g39? All the answers to your questions are below. You can also find out more about the organisation and its history here http://www.g39.org/cgi-bin/website.cgi?place=aboutus




How to find us


Here's a Googlemap of our location http://g.co/maps/d2559

Road leave the M4 at J32 and join the A470 towards Cardiff City centre. After 4 miles turn left onto Boulevard de Nantes/ A4161 and follow the dual carriageway. After 1 mile turn left onto City Rd/B4261. Take the 1st right onto Oxford Lane and the first left onto Oxford St. Off-road parking is available, please contact us in advance to book and arrange access.
Rail www.nationalrail.co.uk Queen St Station is five minutes' walk from g39 (refer to Googlemap link)
Bus www.cardiffbus.com Routes 38 and 39 operate from the city centre to Newport Rd/City Rd bus stop, 1 minute's walk from g39
Air www.cardiff-airport.com Cardiff International Airport is 3/4 hr by road from g39. There are regular train and bus links from Bristol, Heathrow, Gatwick and other major airports in Britain.

Planning a visit
There is always a live guide or member of staff in the building happy to answer questions about the exhibition or the gallery itself. G39 welcomes college and school groups to the space and a short talk about the exhibition can be provided for free. If you are planning a trip and want to get the most from your visit contact us in advance to find out useful drop-off points close to the gallery.



Who we are.


Cinzia Mutigli is g39s CEO and is responsible for strategic development. She leads in shaping inclusive policies and procedures. She joined g39 in 2011 as Warp Coordinator. She previously worked for public art organisations CywaithCymru and Safle. She is an artist working across film, writing, sound, performance and printed imagery.
www.cinziamutigli.com

Anthony Shapland is g39s Creative Director, covering curatorial, marketing and exhibition design. He grew up in Bargoed, the first of his family to go to college. He was a judge for ArtesMundi8, and served on the Wales in Venice committee. He co-founded g39 in 1998 and is an artist and writer.
www.anthonyshapland.com

Ellie Young is g39s Office Manager, since 2018, taking on the day-to-day admin for the organisation. Shes a painter from Cardiff and co-founded the Boat Studio with artist Amber Mottram. She has also worked for Chapter Arts and The Wales Millennium Centre.
www.ellieyoungart.com

Sam Hasler is g39s Programme Officer contributing to various parts of the programme including working with visiting artists, artists talks, workshops and events. Sam invigilated for Wales in Venice in 2011 and was a fellow at the British school at Rome in 2018. He is an artist who mostly works with text.
www.samuelhasler.co.uk


Ruth Pelopida joined the board in 2022. She has worked in visual and live arts, previously as Arts Operations Manager at both Tate & Hayward Gallery, and as Technical Director, Southbank Centre. She is currently an Associate Director at Arup, focused on Arts and Culture globally. Ruth studied in Cardiff.

Monique Jivram joined the board in 2022. Her career as a funder and inclusive community, public engagement and visual arts programmer includes working with organisations such as Tate, Shape, CVAN, Arts Council and Venice Biennale. Monique is interested in better inclusion and distribution of resources to support underrepresented creatives.

Bex Betton joined the board in June 2022 and is the Arts Fundraising Support Officer for the Arts for Health and Wellbeing Programme at Cardiff & Vale Health Charity. Bex is passionate about digital communications and accessibility and enjoys pottery painting in her free time.

Natasha Morley joined the board in 2022. She currently works as a digital designer and is a practising visual artist. She graduated from Cardiff Met in 2019 and in 2023 will complete a masters degree in User Experience Design.
www.natashaannmorley.myportfolio.com

Grace Todd joined the board in 2022 and currently works as Senior Learning, Participation and Interpretation Officer at the National Museum Wales. She studied Zoology and was Director of the family business, Spillers Records, for a number of years before following her passion for education and teaching.

Katie Haines joined the board in 2018 and is Head of Marketing and Development at Artsadmin, a London-based organisation whose projects explore social and environmental justice. She has worked in audience-focused roles at the British Council, South London Gallery, The ICA, Whitechapel and Barbican. Katie grew up in South Wales.

Jo Corbett-Simmons joined the board in March 2018. She is a Legal Director of Blake Morgan LLP in Cardiff, specialising in Commercial Litigation. She has been with the firm for 16 years but loves the contrast her board placement offers to office life. She has a keen interest in modern and contemporary art.

Hoodi Ansari joined the board in July 2014 and is the current Chair. He is Director of Data Services at Go.Compare and studied documentary photography before moving into data and commercial. His work life is about making links and identifying patterns, and he is motivated by a challenge.


Submissions policy


***WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY ABLE TO ACCEPT UNSOLICITED SUBMISSIONS***

Due to the high number of submissions and the reduced programme, g39 is unable to accept submissions for the foreseeable future. We have a bank of artists and submissions we want to work with, but the open submission call will be re-opened soon.



G39 operates with respect to the following documents:

g39 Strategic Equality Action Plan

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g39 is registered with Companies House as a non-profit distributing company limited by guarantee. Registered company no. 3938363.