Oriel Davies Gallery
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Oriel Davies Gallery is based in Newtown, Powys in the beautiful Severn Valley area of the Welsh Borders. The Gallery can be found just off Newtown’s shopping centre, facing the town’s main car park and bus station, in the town park.
Oriel Davies runs an innovative visual arts exhibitions programme throughout the year, showing national and international art and craft from Wales, other parts of the UK and abroad. There is a café and well stocked book and gift shop.
Oriel Davies also organises a full programme of events and activities as well as exciting outreach projects over a wide geographical area.
Please visit our website for up-to the-minute information on Exhibitions, courses, talks and Events
Aberystwyth Arts Centre and Panos Pictures present Call the World Brother
“The men who learn endurance, are they who call the whole world brother.” - ‘Barnaby Rudge’ by Charles Dickens. This powerful photographic exhibition takes the theme of human endurance in many forms and from across the world.
The stories featuring in the show include a tiny country threatened by rising sea levels; child labour in India; architectural remnants of the Cold War; injustices experienced by the Saharawi people; the aftermath of the Kashmir earthquake; a gruelling Eritrean cycle race; Hasidic holidaying in Aberystwyth and portraits of weather-beaten fishermen of the dwindling Belgian fishing fleet.
The works are by photographers represented by Panos Pictures - a photo agency specialising in global social issues. These photographers include; GMB Akash; Chloe Dewe Mathews; Robin Hammond; Chris Keulen; Andrew McConnell; Espen Rasmussen; Martin Roemers; Stephan Vanfleteren.
Justine Cook: Lens and Feather
Lens and Feather is a film from a new body of work from Wales-based artist Justine Cook.
Justine’s work captures moments in time exploring force, motion and process, creating a soothing, still atmosphere.