Channel / 26 Jul 2022

July Newsletter

'just like in the pictures' © John Paul Evans

Last chance to book: The Domestic Space in Photography & Art

There’s still time to book your place on our next event, The Domestic Space in Photography & Art, taking place tomorrow, Thursday 28 July. In this panel discussion Ffotogallery’s Director Siân Addicott (hosting) will be joined by John Paul Evans, Rosy Martin and Dafydd Williams, all artists exploring similar themes in their own work through various approaches.

Booking is recommended but not essential.

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Celebrating Pride at Ffotogallery

In the run up to Pride Cymru, we’ve dedicated the whole month of August to a diverse programme of events celebrating the LGBTQI+ community. With creative workshops, panel discussions, artist talks, film screenings and more on offer, there’s sure to be something for everyone. All events are free and open to all - booking is required for some events with limited capacity so book now and don’t miss out.

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© Caerbladon

More Than A Number at WOMAD

We’re delighted to announce that our recent exhibition More Than A Number, featuring the work of twelve artists from ten countries, is now on show across multiple venues in Malmesbury as part of WOMAD. You can catch the exhibition at Caerbladon, Malmesbury Library and Malmesbury Abbey until 30 July, plus exhibition curator Cynthia Sitei will be there this Saturday from 11am-1pm to talk about the project.

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New arrival in the bookshop.

We are thrilled that Carnifal is now for sale in our online and gallery bookshop. Produced by Huw Alden Davies and designed by award winning artist/curator Abby Poulson, Carnifal begins through the words of Dr. Paul Cabuts, renowned for his contribution to the Valleys Project, who sets the tone as we embark on a journey through a visual history of the Tumble carnival. Featuring the work of ten photographers, including Huw Alden Davies, Peter Finnemore, Mohamed Hassan, Dan Staveley, Abby Poulson, Jason Thomas, Jaz Guise, Sal Nordan, Dorian Caba and Gwyn Edwards; containing images from a number of personal archives, Carnifal is a document which celebrates community and collaboration in a time of division and political polarisation.

Get your hands on a copy below.

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Leaf Drip, 2022 © Efa Blosse-Mason

Queer Reflections: On Your Face x Glynn Vivian

On Your Face collective have come together to occupy space, to respond and reflect upon the artworks that are part of the Glynn Vivian permanent collection, belonging to the people of Swansea. On show until 18 September.

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© Lee-Ann Olwage, Belinda

RPS Summer Exhibitions Saturday

Listen to free talks with exhibiting photographers, take part in tintype portrait sessions, join cyanotype workshops, and visit current photography exhibitions at RPS on Saturday 6 August.

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© Jon Pountney

Us Here Now

Us Here Now is a celebration by Jon Pountney and Common Wealth of people who live, work or are from East Cardiff, their stories and their power. The exhibition is now on at Futures Gallery, Pierhead, until 24 September.

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Museum Sleepover

Experience a fun-filled night at the Museum from your own home in this virtual event for families. Set up camp, make your own binoculars, and get ready for a Museum adventure like no other. Book tickets below.

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