Mission Gallery

Mission Gallery
Gloucester Place
Maritime Quarter
Swansea
Vale of Glamorgan
SA1 1TY
Wales

Website

www.missiongallery.co.uk

E-mail

info@missiongallery.co.uk

Telephone

01792 652016

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Mission Gallery
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Mission Gallery is one of Wales' most unique arts venues showing the very best in the visual arts and craft in one of the most distinctive, and best adapted, spaces for the arts in Wales. Hosting a stimulating programme of contemporary visual art and craft, it successfully combines the historic and contemporary within its beautiful exhibition and gallery spaces. An independent art gallery in Swansea's vibrant Maritime Quarter, Mission Gallery is situated in a prime location; a part of Swansea designated as an area of regeneration and where there is a concentration of cultural activities supported by the City and County of Swansea.

Divided into two spaces, an Exhibition and a Craft Space, Mission Gallery is highly regarded in Wales and beyond. The Craft Space features a changing display of contemporary glass, ceramics, jewellery and textiles, specialising in a comprehensive selection of work by top designers/makers. The Exhibition Space hosts an exciting programme of contemporary visual art and craft featuring the work of established and emerging artists and makers, many with national and international profiles.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Tuesday - Sunday 11am - 5pm
Closed Mondays
Open Bank Holidays

Admission charges

Free

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Right Now! curated by Paul Emmanuel & Craig Wood

  • 25 April — 7 June 2015 *on now

Taking its title from the opening lines of the Sex Pistols' Anarchy in the UK, Right Now! is an exhibition which brings together again a group of Goldsmith's graduates who, in 1988, presented a show titled Current at the Mission Gallery.

The invitation from Mission Gallery to revisit this event is not just a review of sorts. Right Now! looks at the trajectories of lives from one fixed point, that of an historic art exhibition. Right Now! is a snap shot in time. It is a framework in which to examine the legacy of a definitive period in British Contemporary Art. The focus is on the lives of the people involved and the directions in which they have travelled.

Website

http://www.missiongallery.co.uk/exhibitions/right-now/

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