Contemporary artists exhibit in a garden being brought back to life.
Artistiaid cyfoes yn arddangos mewn gardd sy’n dod yn oI yn fyw.
Kathryn Campbell Dodd, Kate Dunwell, George Manson, Seren Stacey, Jake Whittaker, Rose Wood, Sam Vicary, Sean Vicary & Toby Dowing
Free entry/ Mynediad am ddim
Cream teas/ te a chacennau
info and directions/ am fwy o wybodaeth:
contemporary painting in response to the life and writing of R S Thomas
Curated by Christine Kinsey the exhibition brings together works by 14 contemporary painters in Wales in response to the life and writing of R S Thomas.
The exhibition will be opened by Professor M. Wynn Thomas, Swansea University @ 2.30pm, Saturday February 1st, 2014
Kim Atkinson, Iwan Bala, Kathryn Campbell Dodd, Gareth Hugh Davies, Ivor Davies, Christine Kinsey, Robert Lawton, Mary Lloyd-Jones, Osi Rhys Osmond, William Selwyn, Meriel Jane Thomas, Catrin Webster, Emrys Williams, Sarah Williams
19 October, 2013 – 20 October, 2013
Front Garden Installations at numbers 18, 20, 39, 71, 76, 91, 95 Ninian Road, Cardiff. CF23 5EF.
Kathryn Campbell Dodd, Antonia Dewhurst, Penny Jones, Roger Lougher, Mike Murray, David Shepherd, Elizabeth Waterhouse, Jacob Whittaker
Sat 19th Oct – Sun 20th Oct, All day with guided tour each day at 2pm (meet @ no 18)
Rhôd is an annual exhibition / event that takes place in rural Wales,UK. One of the main objectives of Rhôd is to site contemporary art in rural settings. Each of the artists in the show has shown at Rhôd over the last five years and welcomes the opportunity to place their work in an urban environment at the invitation of Made in Roath.
A new project with Absent but not Forgotten
There seems to be a general consensus that both the number 13 and friday are individually unlucky so together they become disastrous.
Several stories revolve around food and meals in connection to the Friday 13 superstition, so to celebrate the two Friday 13ths in 2013 (13 weeks apart) we are creating 13 meals over 13 weeks each involving the number 13.