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You Were Dead...’ Photo docu- mentary about Mike Holpin, a 47-year-old from the Valleys who has spawned 20 kids. This was shown in other galleries in Wales a while back. (From Sat 3 July until Sun 1 Aug)


Oriel Makers 37 Pen-y-lan Road, Roath Park, Cardiff. Free. 029 2047 2595 / orielmakers@hotmail. co.uk Into The New Works from foundation Art & Design stu- dents, who have completed their studies at the Glamorgan School of Art & Design in Treforest. (From Sat 3 until Sat 17 July)


Oriel Mwldan Bath House Rd, Cardigan. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm. Free. 01239 621200 / siobhan@ mwldan.co.uk Cardigan Arts Society Summer Show 2010 (From Sat 3 July until Sat 14 Aug)


SUMMER EXHIBITION Until Sun 29 Aug, Victoria Fearn Gallery, Rhiwbina, Cardiff. Admission: free. Info: 029 2052 0884 / www.victoriafearngallery. co.uk In line with many art galleries, Victoria Fearn out in the Cardiff suburb of Rhiwbina slackens off slightly over the summer, presenting a mixed exhibition featuring several artists and lasting a few months rather than ones changing every month or so and focusing on a single artist. This one has, among others: Beth Robinson and Chris Neale, who both hail from Pembrokeshire and paints landscapes and seascapes; Maggie Davies, a Cardiff-based fine artist who specialises in pet and family portraits; Wil- liam Selwyn, described as one of Wales’ finest watercolourists by Sir Kyffin Williams; and jewellery by Kate Dumbleton and Mollini Designs.


and photographs. (Until Sat 11 Sept)


National Museum &


Gallery Cathays Park, Cardiff. Tue- Sun 10am-5pm. Free except where noted. 029 2057 3500 / www.nmgw.ac.uk *Highlights Of Impressionism Display from Amgueddfa Cymru’s renowned collection includes works by Manet, Monet, Boudin, Pissarro, Sisley, Cézanne, Renoir, Degas, Rodin and those dubbed the ‘British Impressionists’. (Until Sun 15 Aug)


National Waterfront


Museum Oystermouth Road, Maritime Quarter, Swansea. Daily 10am-5pm. Free. 01792 638950. Welsh School Of Architectural Glass A spectacular display of work by graduates, as part of the 75th anniversary of Europe’s old- est architectural glass course. (From Fri 9 July until Sun 19 Sept) From Coal To Pole: Wales And Antarctica In June 1910 Captain Scott’s ship, Terra Nova, sailed from Cardiff for Antarctica on what was to be Scott’s last expedition. This exhibition explores the links between Wales and the explora- tion of Antarctica. (From Wed 14 July until Sun 10 Oct) Fire And Water: The Atlantic Rowing Challenge The amaz- ing adventure of two Swansea fire-fighters who rowed 3,000 nautical miles across the mid Atlantic Ocean in early 2010. The centrepiece of this exhibi- tion will be their boat, Pendovey Swift. (From Sat 17 July until Wed 17 Nov)


Newport Museum & Art


Gallery John Frost Square, Newport. Mon-Thu 9.30am-5pm, Fri 9.30am-4.30pm, Sat 9.30am- 4pm. Free. 01633 840064 / www.newport.gov.uk/ artgallery Seasons An exhibition of watercolour pictures by mem- bers of the Watercolour Society of Wales. (From Sat 10 July until Sat 28 Aug)


Norwegian Church Arts


Centre Harbour Drive, Cardiff Bay. Sat & Sun 10am-4pm. Please call for gallery visits during the week. Free. 029 2045 4899 / www. norwegianchurchcardiff.com Emily Wightman ‘Liquid Landscapes’ Newport University graduate presents the results of her photographic task: to depict the element of water in the British countryside. (From Sun 4 until Sun 11 July)


Off The Wall The Old Probate Registry, Cardiff Road, Llandaff, Cardiff. Tues-Fri 9.30am- 5.30pm, Saturday 10am-4pm. Free. 029 2055 4469 / art@ galleryoffthewall.com Martyn Jones ‘Atelier’ British contemporary painter who works from his studio in Cardiff. Previously awarded Junior Fellowship at Bath Academy of Art, his work is represented by the Robert Steele Gallery in New York. (Until Wed 14 July) People & Places Dynamic mixed exhibition offering the very best contemporary visual and applied arts, and featuring work from Chris Jones, Emily Gregory Smith, Aled Hughes and Patrick Palmer. (From


Thurs 15 July until Tue 10 Aug)


Old Library The Hayes, Cardiff. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm. Free. 029 2022 7181 / museum@cardiff.gov.uk *Belonging: Football Is The Only Sport Photographer Glenn Edwards and radio producer Steve Groves travelled to several African nations and documented the influence that football – especially the English Premiership – has on frican youths. The imminent World Cup is naturally focued on in addition. (Until Sat 10 July)


Oriel Canfas Glamorgan Street, Canton, Cardiff. Wed-Sat 12-5pm. 029 2066 6455 / www.olacanfas. co.uk Ten / Deg A selection of 10 South Walian printmakers, courtesy of Swansea Print Workshop. (Until Sat 3 July)


Oriel Davies The Park, Newtown, Powys. Mon-Sat 10am-5.30pm. Free. 01686 625041 / enquiries@ orieldavies.org Re:Animate This is the gal- lery’s latest biennial Open exhibition, looking at the idea and discipline of animation in its broadest sense. (Until Weds 18 Aug) Dawn Woolley ‘Interloper’ Self-portraiture which examines the act of looking and being looked at, in doing so questioning notions of psychoanalysis, phenomenol- ogy and feminism. (Until Weds 18 Aug)


Oriel Joanna Field Torch Theatre, St Peter’s Road, Milford Haven. Free. 01646 695267 / www. torchtheatre.co.uk Betina Skovbro ‘Mum Said


Oriel Myrddin Church Lane, Carmarthen. 01267 222775 / www. orielmyrddingallery.co.uk Brendan Stuart Burns New paintings from the artists’ residency at Oriel y Parc in Pembrokeshire. (From Sat 10 July until Wed 1 Sept)


Oriel Ty Coch The Red Barn, 2A Pontcanna Street, Pontcanna, Cardiff. 029 2022 2560 / info@ orieltycoch.com / www. orieltycoch.com Summer Exhibition An ever changing exhibition of mixed gallery artists and designers which will evolve throughout the Summer months. Featuring: Mark Samuel, David Knight, David Brightmore, Alex Arnell, Patricia Aithie and many more. (Until Tue 31 Aug)


Pure Art No.6 Vanguard House, Nelson Quay, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. Free. 01646 694591 / gallery@ artpure.co.uk James G Miles ‘Galway Hookers’ Debut Welsh show for Irish painter who is inspired here by the sea and sailing/fish- ing culture; a Galway Hooker is a traditional Irish sailing boat. (From Sat 3 until Sun 25 July)


The Queens Hall High Street, Narberth. Admission free. 01834 869454 / www.orielqueenshallgallery. org.uk Ben Lloyd Paintings in the main gallery. There will also be works TBC in Oriel Fach and by Mike Taylor (for a second month) on the stairs. (Until Sat 10 July) Summer Exhibition And Art Auction 2010 Paintings in the main gallery. There will also be works by Paul Roche in Oriel Fach and by Mike Taylor on the stairs. (From Sat 17 July to Sun 1 Aug)


Rhondda Heritage Park Trehafod, Rhondda Cynon Taff. Open Tue-Sun 10am- 6pm. Admission free. 01443 682036 / www. rhonddaheritagepark.com Rhys Davies A display of works by the most distinguished prose-writer ever to be pro- duced by the Rhondda, cour- tesy of the Rhys Davies Trust. (Until Mon 20 Sept) Open Art Summer Show Annual art exhibition selected from open submission, with prizes of £1000, £500 & £250. Submit entries on Sat 3 and Sun 4 July please. (From Sat 17 July until Sun 12 Sept)


The Riverfront Bristol Packet Wharf, Newport. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Free. 01633


656757. Newport All Schools Work from secondary school students in the area. (Until Sat 17 July) Peter Ross Paintings of Newport from local artist. (From Fri 23 July until Sat 21 Aug)


St David’s Hall The Hayes, Cardiff. 10am- 4pm. Free. 029 2087 8706. Welsh Artist Of The Year 2010 Chosen from more than 400 entries, the shortlist of 100 pieces which make up the final exhibition represents the best professional contemporary artists, students and amateurs working and living in Wales. (Until Fri 6 Aug)


St Dogmaels Gallery High Street, St Dogmaels, Cardigan. Free. 01239 612677 /


Mon 5 July until Sat 4 Sept) Tabernacle Art Competiton: The Love Messenger ‘The Love Messenger, the final sec- tion of the poem Ode To The Summer by R Williams Parry, is the theme for all artists who wish to enter the 2010 instalment of this competition. (From Mon 19 July until Sat 4 Sept)


TactileBOSCH / More


Front Studios St. Andrews Rd, Llandaff North. Mon-Fri 10am-3pm; Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 07951 256255 / kim@tactilebosch. org


saintdogmaelsgallery@ hotmail.co.uk Peter Coviello Posthumous exhibition for this late painter, who lived in Wales in the late 80s. This work was left in the custody of several local artists who have brought them together for this exhibition. (Until Sat 3 July)


St Donats Arts Centre St Donats Castle, Vale Of Glamorgan. Free. 01446 779100. Beyond The Border Mixed exhibition celebrating the return of Beyond The Border, the international storytelling festival which we wrote a bit about last month. (Until Thurs 29 July)


Swansea Grand Theatre Singleton St, Swansea. Mon- Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 01792 475715 / www. swanseagrand.co.uk Llwchwr Art Group (From Tue 6 until Sat 31 July)


Swansea Museum Victoria Road, The Maritime Quarter, Swansea. Free. 01792 653763 / www.swansea.gov.uk/ swanseamuseum Tros Gynnal Children’s Charity Art Auction Exhibition of paintings and three-dimensional artworks donated by leading artists throughout Wales. (From Wed 28 July until Sun 5 Sept)


Y Tabernacl, MOMA


Wales Museum of Modern Art, Heol Penrallt, Machynlleth,Powys. Mon-Sat 10am-4pm. Free. 01654 703355 / www. momawales.org.uk Mary Lloyd Jones Popular Welsh artist who has exhibited since the mid-60s. (Until Thurs 8 July) Caitlin Shepherd ‘Common Threads’ Expressive, mystical black and white drawings. (From


Glam’d Out Group show from recent graduates from the University Of Glamorgan: Laura Bennett, Charlotte Burnell, Agnes Corbett, Calwyn Glastonbury, Amanda Green, Kristian Hayes, Charlotte Jones, Sian Leung, June Lloyd, Susan Morris, Tiffany Oben, Shaun Price, Julia Rowlands, Natalie Thomas and Martin Walker. (From Sun 18 until Sat 31 July)


Taliesin Arts Centre Singleton Park, Swansea. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 12pm-6pm and performance evenings 6pm-8.15pm. Free. 01792 295526 / www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk William Brown ‘From The End Of The Pier’ Painter and printmaker who died in his adopted home of Wales in 2008 is given a retrospective exhibition of his childlike, yet highly evocative work. (Until Sat 17 July)


Theatr Brycheiniog Canal Wharf, Brecon. Open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Free. 01874 611622 / enquiries@ brycheiniog.co.uk / www. brycheiniog.co.uk Ann Davies & George Goddard George is a well- known local artist, using his multi-talented skills in pastels, pencil and paint to illustrate his interest in landscapes. Ann uses repoussé to develop her Celtic and intricate designs in pewter and copper together with mixed media. (From Mon 12 July until Sat 4 Sept)


Third Floor Gallery 102 Bute Street, Cardiff Bay. Open Wed-Sun 1-7pm. Free. 07981 738602 / joni@ thirdfloorgallery.com Chris Steele-Perkins ‘For The Love Of The Game’ Steel-Perkins, a Magnum photographer, takes a globally- minded look at football: its grassroots followers and the amateur leagues of Japan, England and Ghana. (Until Sun 6 July) Carolyn Drake ‘Paradise Rivers’ Drake, a photographer, traces these rivers – which run through


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