Hidden Voices of Power | 6th – 28th October 2023

Joel Morris | Melissa Rodrigues | Anna Smith | Nathan Thomas | Jasmine VioletRhagolwg/Preview: 06/10/23 5yh/5pm Arddangosfa’n parhau tan dydd Sadwrn Hydref 28ainexhibition continues until Saturday October 28th Oriel ar agor Dydd Mercher – Dydd Sadwrn 11yb – 9yhGallery open Weds – Sat 11am – 9pm ‘Hidden Voices of Power is… read more

Gwlad Aur / Kultamaa / Golden Land | 14th July – 9th September

Maija Helasvuo | Mika Karhu | Riitta Kopra | Salla Laurinolli | Sampo Malin | Kukka Pitkanen | Simo Ripatti | Katri Stenberg | Anssi Taulu Rhagolwg/Preview: 14/07/23 7yh / 7pm Arddangosfa’n parhau tan Medi 9fedExhibition continues until Saturday 9th September Oriel ar agor Dydd Mercher – Dydd Sadwrn 11yb… read more

Art in the Bar – Asiya Clark: Affinity | 20th May – 8th July 2023

Asiya Clark: Affinity Preview: Saturday 20th May 7pm Exhibition continues until Saturday 8th July Gallery open Weds-Sat 11am-9pm Asiya Clarke’s work is about losing and finding oneself in nature. Connecting inner and outer worlds she attempts to find signs and metaphors that extend from the particular to the universal. Her work is… read more

Art in the Bar – Swansea Sports | 1st April – 6th May 2023

Art in the Bar:Swansea Sports Matt Eynon | Carys Griffiths | Alex Wilson | Becky Young | Zobia Ahmed | Serena Killen | Jack Moyse 01/04/23 – 06/05/23 Sport has formed a large part of shaping Swansea’s identity on national and international stages. From the Jacks and the ‘Spreys to historic events such as… read more

OOPARTS * Out of place artefacts – Ben Hartley & Buoys Buoys Buoys | 13th April – 6th May 2023

Preview: Thursday 13th April. 6pmGallery ThreeExhibition continues until 6th May. Lo! Artefacts from a lost history and a speculative future; relics andsigils; they take you now on an otherworldly journey into a space wheretime is in flux. Explore how the past becomes shrouded in mystery, wherelegends and stories form. Ooparts is an exhibition about objects, how they act as vessels for thestories bestowed on them through folk tradition and community play, andtheir importance in the construction of heritage and identity. Usingspeculative futures and fictionalised Welsh artefacts, the exhibitionbrings together imagined relics reinterpreted with scavenged things,demonstrating how these everyday objects and materials can becomevessels for legend. Buoys Buoys Buoys Johnny Jones, also known as Buoys, Buoys, Buoys is aSwansea born bard working in live performance, sculpture,and interactiveinstallation. Exhibiting in gallery spaces, immersive club environments,and cabaret stages throughout South Wales and England has allowed themto engage with the overarching and eclectic themes in their work: Queermasculinity, contemporary ritual magic, and working class Welsh folkculture. On a mission to build joyous spectacles in all their work anddrawing from the carnivalesque and absurd, Buoys Buoys Buoys is usingtheir practice as a vessel to engage communities in the retelling ofWelsh mythologies through laughter and bizarre public play. Ben Hartley Ben Hartley is a Bristol based artist primarily working insculpture and installation. Harnessing their perpetual state ofeco-anxietyand preoccupation with material waste, for the last four years Ben’spractice has been centred around experimenting with low-impact,non-extractive and ecologically sustainable approaches to art-makingwith a focus on sculptural practice. Informed by the self-initiatedmethod of working the Circular Practice, research, mapping, visualhistories and speculative fiction, Ben is interested in telling storiesthrough objects and materials.