MOMA, Wales

MOMA, Wales
Y Tabernacl
Heol Penrallt
Machynlleth
Powys
SY20 8AJ
Wales

Website

www.momawales.org.uk

E-mail

info@momawales.org.uk

Telephone

01654 703355

Fax

01654 702160

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The Museum Of Modern Art, Wales (MOMA WALES) has grown up alongside The Tabernacle, a former Wesleyan chapel which in 1986 reopened as a centre for the performing arts. MOMA WALES has six beautiful exhibition spaces which house, throughout the year, MODERN WELSH ART (Wales’ top artists), The Tabernacle Collection and The Brotherhood of Ruralists. Individual artists are spotlighted in a series of temporary exhibitions. In July workshops are given for adults and children, while in August expert judges and then the public choose the winners of the Tabernacle Art Competition. Many works of art in MOMA WALES are for sale.

The adjacent auditorium has perfect acoustics and pitch-pine pews to seat 400 people. It is ideal for chamber and choral music, drama, lectures and conferences. Translation booths, recording facilities and a cinema screen have been installed; the oak-beamed Foyer has a bar; and extensive access for disabled people is made possible by a lift, and a ramped approach.

The Machynlleth Festival takes place in the auditorium in late August every year. During the week eminent performers take part in events ranging from recitals for children to jazz. Support of all kinds is given by the Friends of The Tabernacle.

For the rest of the year the centre can be hired for performances, rehearsals and gatherings. A number of classes are held each week in the Green Room, which is also equiped as a Language Laboratory. Ty Llyfnant is equipped with music teaching rooms and an artists’ studio.

Midday, Market Day is a series of Wednesday lunchtime talks and performances.

Venue Type:

Museum, Gallery

Opening hours

Mon-Sat 1000-1600

Admission charges

Admission Free

Collection details

Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art

Key artists and exhibits

  • Modern Welsh Art
  • The Brotherhood of Ruralists
  • Ann Arnold
  • Graham Arnold
  • Iwan Bala
  • John Boydell Rogers
  • Mike Briscoe
  • Cefyn Burgess
  • Hugh Byars
  • Sue Cave
  • Roger Cecil
  • George Chapman
  • Jill Cope
  • Joe Cornish
  • Alistair Crawford
  • Ogwyn Davies
  • Pete Davis
  • James Dickson Innes
  • Peter Dobson
  • Alun Evans
  • Cherryl Fountain
  • Donald Hamilton Fraser
  • Arthur Giardelli
  • Anthony Griffiths
  • Martin Howard Griffiths
  • Christopher Hall
  • Gerard Hastings
  • William Henderson
  • Josef Herman
  • Clyde Holmes
  • Neale Howells
  • Bert Isaac
  • Augustus John
  • Aneurin Jones
  • Mihangel Arfor Jones
  • Balraj Khanna
  • Michael Kidd
  • Clive King
  • Helen Kozich
  • Alun Leach-Jones
  • Mervyn Levy
  • Wyndham Lewis
  • Mary Lloyd Jones
  • Paul Martinez-Frias
  • Angus McBean
  • Bernard Mitchell
  • Liz Moore
  • John Morley
  • Geoff Ogden
  • Richard J. Oliver
  • Lluís Peñaranda
  • Laurie Plant
  • Peter Prendergast
  • Shani Rhys James
  • Dorie Schrecker
  • Colin See-Paynton
  • William Selwyn
  • Stanley Spencer
  • Ben Stammers
  • Michael Tomlinson
  • Gill Watkiss
  • Catrin Webster
  • Catrin Williams
  • Claudia Williams
  • Kyffin Williams
  • Edward Wolfe
  • David Woodford
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