Posts Tagged ‘welsh’

This weekend is Focus Wales weekend in Wrexham, a four day music festival and conference held at multiple venues across the town. The festival showcases live performances by some of the best Welsh bands and international acts, alongside music industry panels and discussions. This is its 3rd year. So, you arrive in Wrexham on Friday […]

The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp preview 1 June 2012 Paul R Jones, oraculum petere After a major relocation and reimagining of G39, we are pleased to announce the first exhibition in our expansive new premises. June sees Oxford Street, Cardiff open its doors for the first time as an exhibition space with work from thirteen […] The David Jones Collection ‘…and Mr Jenkins takes them over / and don’t bunch on the left / for Christ’s sake.’ In Parenthesis Part VII (the moment of ‘going over the top’ during the Battle of the Somme). on this page biography search the collection find a specific draft find other items related resources […]

David Jones was the greatest painter-poet since William Blake and a real St David’s Day icon – Need to Read – News – WalesOnline. Dydd Gwyl Dewi Hapus Oliver Fairclough, of National Museum Wales, argues why David Jones should be crowned the St David’s Day icon for Art In Parenthesis was published in 1937, and […]

This year I was asked to select work for the National Eisteddfod of Wales. Along with my fellow selectors, sculptor Lois Williams and curator Alessandro Vincentelli we met over many weeks to try to select a coherent and relevant exhibition of Welsh contemporary art. The process of selecting work for this year’s exhibition in Lle […]



Le Chéile: A Welsh Irish Print Collaboration Artists from the Regional Print Centre, Wrexham and Leinster Print Workshop, Clane. 12th March – 4th April 2009 Graphic Studio Gallery, off Cope Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland Monday-Friday 10-5.30 Saturday 11-5 00353 1 679 8021 We had a fantastic day in Dublin this week. Linda […]

Really enjoyed seeing the new show at Oriel Davies Gallery in Newtown. The exhibition of newly commissioned works, “Y bore hwnnw, gwyliodd y wawr yn torri”, “That morning he watched the dawn” marks a significant phase in the Carwyn Evans’ career. The work charts the idea of a transitional shift in space; moving from rural […]