Job Opportunities

Call out to join our board of directors elysium gallery are recruiting new trustees.elysium gallery are seeking new members to join their established Board of Directors. Do you have a passion for the arts, community and helping creativity to thrive in Swansea?Would you like to make a difference and help grow our vibrant organisation? elysium is going through some exciting changes, so join our group of artists and educators to help take elysium to the next phase of  our development, responding to the needs of the community. We are keen to hear from people from all backgrounds and with a wide range of skills At this time we are particularly interested in hearing from you if you have experience in any of the following areas: Fundraising + SponsorshipVenue/business/charity management.Strategy, Public Relations and CommunicationsArts and HealthPR + Marketing About:We are an artist led organisation that encourages pride and participation in local visual and performing arts in an environment that promotes education, participation, experimentation, freedom, andappreciation in all creative practices. Historically we have never been rooted to one building, inhabiting 9 buildings, and instigating… read more

Reframing the Past>>Emerging Futures – Project

We are pleased to announce the selected artists for our Wales/Canada collaborative project Reframing the Past>>Emerging Futures. Megan Arnold, Tricia Enns, Penny Hallas, Jessica Lerner, Andrew Maize & Euros Rowlands. Elysium gallery in partnership with IICSI has commissioned the 6 artists from Canada and Wales to work together, developing cross-Atlantic… read more

Another year, another | 3rd December – 22nd December 2021

Artists: Laura Dunlop | Abigail Fraser | Belinda Golding | Elisha Hughes | Christina Logan | Jess Parry | Connor Tudor Another Year, another” brings together seven artists who studied and recently ‘graduated’ from the BA(Hons) Fine Art: Studio, Site & Context course at Swansea College of Art in 2020…. read more

Richard Ansett – No Place Like Home | 21st October – 20th November 2021

This exhibition is part of the 2021 Swansea Fringe Festival Swansea is transformed into a mythical kingdom  TRIGGER/CONTENT WARNING: Explores subjects that maybe distressing including images of hunting, nudity, self-injury, and health issues which may also not be suitable for children. If you have any concerns, please contact the gallery… read more

Thread | 10th September – 16th October 2021

Shelly Goldsmith | Raisa Kabir | Shona Robin MacPherson | Imogen Mills | Lasmin Salmon | Siwan Thomas Curated by Angela Maddock, Ann Jordan and Lorna Hamilton Brown Thread is the gathering of four artists from different cultures and lived experiences sharing common ground; an overwhelming interest in the very… read more

Art in the Bar – Swansea Crafties | 10th September – 15th October 2021

Art in the Bar – Swansea Crafties Preview: Friday 10th September 7-10pm Exhibition continues until 16th October Swansea Crafties are a very informal free Group of Crafters open to all, who enjoy  Craft Activities that include Knitting, Sewing , Crochet and Quilting. We share friendships, skills and knowledge and many of us… read more

Online Artist Talk – MEWNrhwng |4th August 2021

MEWNrhwng is a multi-disciplined exhibition that presses on the notion of transition, of a physical, metaphorical, or psychological state. It is a collaboration between artists Najia Bagi, Jenny Cashmore, Rebecca F Hardy, and Gemma Lowe. It is the in-between moments of here or there, now, or then, them or us,… read more

MEWNrhwng | 17th July – 28th August 2021

Najia Bagi | Jenny Cashmore | Rebecca F Hardy | Gemma Lowe MEWNrhwng is a multi-disciplined exhibition that presses on the notion of transition, of a physical, metaphorical or psychological state. It is a collaboration between Najia Bagi, Jenny Cashmore, Rebecca F Hardy, and Gemma Lowe.  It is the in-between moments of here or there, now,… read more

Without Borders | 17th July – 28th August 2021

Without Borders is an evolving digital project and physical exhibition that brings together 22 communities and nearly 300 artists from around the world. Without Borders seeks to remove barriers, create alliances, and connect with neighbours. It aims to bring creative people together, to collaborate in an international touring exhibition of works… read more