Arpilleras, wall hangings, quilts and memorabilia from the international Conflict Textiles collection; Mexican handkerchiefs produced by the Embroidering For Peace movement and a collection of Welsh quilts and banners made by local artists and activists.
Arpilleras, wall hangings, quilts and memorabilia from the international Conflict Textiles collection; Mexican handkerchiefs produced by the Embroidering For Peace movement and a collection of Welsh quilts and banners made by local artists and activists. See Stitched Voices at Aberystwyth Arts Centre until Sat 13 May.
Photographs of James Morris which capture new buildings or renovations that were recognised by architectural juries in Wales in 2016. Available to see at Aberystwyth Arts Centre until Sat 20 May.
Photographs taken along the Ceredigion coastal path between Poppit Sands and Ynyslas. At Aberystwyth Arts Centre until Wed 24 May.
Aberystwyth Arts Centre Sat 1 Apr – Sat 20 May Photographer James Morris was born in Griffithstown, Pontypool but moved away as a young boy. After leaving, he journeyed to Wales many times for holidays and visits to tourist destinations. Once he grew older, he kept returning to the places he had visited as a boy […]
Aberystwyth Arts Centre Sat 11 Mar As part of the Aberystwyth Storytelling Festival, Adverse Chamber present Dreaming the Night Field. From the creative team behind the much loved Hunting the Giant’s Daughter, this new work, based on the legends of The Mabinogion promises to be an intoxicating performance that artfully weaves Welsh and English together to […]
Aberystwyth Arts Centre Until Sat 18 Jun Aberystwyth is welcoming the latest Ruth Thomas and Linda Alterwitz collaboration, Inside Out: From Vegas to Wales. The newest creation from the joint series of exhibitions from these acclaimed artists focuses on a combination of printmaking and photography. The theme of the environment and current surroundings is a […]
Aberystwyth Arts Centre Until Sat 7 May Jenny Hall’s interactive exhibit Hollow inspired by a copper mine, explores the creative destruction involved in the art of construction. The giant hollow sculpture is made of loose cardboard boxes connected by magnets, to represent the ‘ore’ that has been extracted from inside the large mine model. The cardboard […]
10 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK | MON 9 NOV-SUN 15 NOV Halloween is behind us but if you haven’t had your fill of blood, gore and horror why not visit The International Horror Festival of Wales (Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Tue 10 Nov-Sun 15 Nov. Tickets: Vary based on individual film). There will be big […]
Y SYRCAS/THE CIRCUS | EVENT PREVIEW In 1848, a remote, withdrawn Welsh rural town is to have the door to its secluded world thrown wide open, in the distinctively new family feature film Y Syrcas (The Circus). Overbearing Calvinist minister Tomas Ifans (Aneurin Hughes) rules the resigned, poverty-stricken community when Circus Supremo erupts into […]