In Store


The Rhôd Artists Group have been commissioned by The Lab to create a series of artworks for the Platform // Llwyfan Art Festival in Haverfordwest 27, 28 and 29 October 2016.

I will be showing work in Haverfordwest Museum and online which looks at retail and shopping in the town past and present.

In Store from Kathryn Campbell Dodd on Vimeo.

Download the brochure here

Oriel Blodau Bach


3 October // Hydref – 18 November // Tachwedd 2016

For my second exhibition at Oriel Blodau Bach,  I am making an ongoing artwork that will change and develop over a six week period.

I have selected items from Carmarthenshire County Museum’s collection that were originally sourced from the Pencader area of Carmarthenshire.

Using museum documentation, images and found material I will be presenting responses to the objects and the museum records and processes.

‘Spoon’ at Unit Twelve Gallery, Stafford

img_1002_edited-129 September – 17 December 2016

You are invited to the ‘Spoon’ Exhibition’ Private View on Sat 1st October, 2-4pm.

This Christmas selling exhibition will showcase a varied array of beautiful artist made spoons made from a large variety of materials such as wood, ceramic, glass, wire, silver, metal, enamel and even found objects and mixed media.

With spoons by Justine Allison, Kathryn Campbell Dodd, Sharon Adams, Hamish Dobbie, Priscilla Jones, Sue Pryke, Laura Baxter, Emma Wells, Emily Stapleton Jefferis, Sue Brown, Liz Willis, Elaine Bolt, The Silver Duck, Ann Povey (Pictured), Helena Emmans, Hugh Leishman, Ann Nazareth, Katie Almond, Julia Cowie, Louise Wilson, Louise Loder, Emma Louise Wilson, Sarah Malone and Rosie Brewer.

unit twelve, Tixall Heath Farm, ST18 0XX Stafford

Artist Talk at Carmarthenshire County Museum // Sgwrs Artist yn Amgueddfa Sir Gaerfyrddin

Dydd Sadwrn // Saturday 10 September // Medi 2016 – 2pm

Amgueddfa Sir Gaerfyrddin // Carmarthenshire County Museum, Abergwili


Dwi wedi bod yn gweithio mewn cydweithrediad ag Amgueddfa Sir Gaerfyrddin dros yr haf ar brosiect ymchwil a datblygaid a ariennir gan Y Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru. Dw’i wedi meddwl am y ffyrdd mae artistiad yn gweithio gyda amgueddfeydd a sut i dechrau corff o waith newydd mewn cydweithrediad gyda’r amgueddfa.

Fe’ch gwahoddir yn gynnes ar gyfer te a chacen ac i glywed am ddatblygiad y prosiect. Hoffwn hefyd glywed beth ydych chi’n hoffi am yr amgueddfa a’i chasgliadau.

I’ve been working in collaboration with Carmarthenshire County Museum over the summer on a research and development project funded by The Arts Council of Wales. I’ve been thinking about the ways in which artists work with museums and how to approach a new body of my own work in collaboration with the museum.

You are warmly invited for tea and cake to hear about the progress of the project. I’d also like to hear what you love about the museum and its collections.

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Shelf // Silff

3I am delighted to be working with Carmarthenshire County Museum in Abergwili for a period of research and development funded by the Arts Council of Wales.

The project is called Shelf//Silff and starts at the beginning of June. I will be filming and projecting images in the museum building and on locations in west Wales throughout the summer.


Carmarthen Museum Sketchbook Walk


I’ve been having a lovely time recently, visiting Carmarthenshire Museum in Abergwili to plan for the sketchbook walk I am leading for Oriel Myrddin Gallery on Saturday 1st August 11-1pm.

The event is free and there will be a sketchbook and pencil provided (or you can bring your own materials). We’ll be doing a few drawing exercises to warm up before settling in to focus on an item or area in the museum to draw in more detail. If there’s time, and the weather is conducive we might also take a stroll in the grounds.

The current exhibition at Oriel Myrddin is Richard Slee: Work and Play. Slee is one of Britain’s leading ceramic artists and the pieces in Work and Play focus particularly on his interest in DIY, tools and domestic objects. The use of ceramics and fragile materials in the making of the works renders the objects totally non-functional. In many ways a museum does the same thing – the objects in its care have lost their prior use and meaning, gaining a different function in their role as cultural symbols and signifiers.

Oriel Myrddin is open until 5pm and so there will be time to pop into town and visit the exhibition after the sketchbook walk if you haven’t already seen the show.

Everyone is welcome to join the sketchbook walk – children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. No need to book – just come to the museum for 11am.