Albany Gallery

Paul Wearing Ceramicist

Albany Gallery,

74B, Albany Road, Roath, Cardiff CF24 3RS

Exhibition runs from 8th June – 1st July


Tactile Tour of Exhibition

Saturday 17th June

11am – 1pm

Paul is a ceramicist based in Cardiff and as part of this exhibition he will be facilitating a handling tour of his work at the gallery as a way to encourage audiences to engage with ceramics through tactile means.

The show focuses on landscape and nature and includes painter Chris Prout’s work as well as Paul’s ceramics. Both use texture to reveal aspects of and a feel for the environment. Touch is such a vital way of engaging with the world, literally connecting us to our surroundings. It is a key way for people to connect with ceramic objects and this is why I want to invite an audience to the tactile handling tour of my work within the show. There will also be some small fragments of work if people are concerned about holding larger pieces.

Unfortunately access is not good as the Albany Gallery is on the first floor and there is no lift.

If you are interested in attending can you please email Paul so he has an idea of numbers, thanks.

Please email: [email protected]

Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre

Rare Visions

The Welsh Group

10th June – 29th July 2017

Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre

St David’s Road · Cwmbran, Torfaen NP44 1PD

Please join us for the opening of our new series of exhibitions on Saturday 10th June. The Rare Visions exhibition will be opened at 12.30 pm by Phil George, Chairman of the Arts Council of Wales. This will be followed by a walk and talk by members of the Welsh Group.

One of the definitions of the word ‘rare’ is ‘having the component parts not closely packed together’ Such a definition aptly describes this present exhibition which shows the disparate and wide ranging work, processes and practices of this long-established artist’s group.

Besides the variety of works, an extra interest here is that a number of the group’s members have shown at Llantarnam Grange since its opening in 1966 and it is as intriguing to see how the work of these artists has evolved, as it is to see how new members have brought different media, perceptions and working practice into the mix of ‘component parts’.

Jacqueline Alkema, Jenny Allan, Lynne Bebb, Husted, Dilys Jackson, Jacqueline Jones, Kay Keogh, Angela Kingston, Robert Macdonald, Michael Organ, Shirley Ann Owen, Gus Payne, Sue Roberts, Alan Salisbury, Phillipine Sowerby, Antonia Spowers, Thomasin Toohie, Jean Walcot, Pip Woolf.

Oriel Wrecsam




with Rhys Trimble, poet/performer and Rhi Moxon, designer/printer


Saturday & Sunday 3 & 4 June 12.00 – 17.00

Rhys Trimble, poet and performer, invites you to join him at Oriel Wrecsam for a weekend of creative exploration . Work with him to record the spirit of place using poetry and constraints.


Saturday 17 June 10.00 – 16.00

Rhi Moxon will lead a day long workshop at Oriel Wrecsam focussing on screen printing and pamphlet making.


Places on all workshops are FREE but numbers are limited so please book your place early with Oriel Wrecsam on 01978 292093 or email [email protected]

Taking Flight Theatre

You’ve Got Dragons

Saturday 27th May

Theatr Brycheiniog

Canal Wharf, Brecon LD3 7EW

(BSL, Audio Description & Creative Captioning)

On Saturday 27 May we bring you the touching story of You’ve Got Dragons. With you, the audience, sitting on stage on benches and cushions, this is the perfect show to capture the attention of children aged 4 and over.

“Dragons come when you least expect them. You turn around… and there they are.”

Told in a beautifully inclusive way with BSL, age appropriate audio description and video captioning wonderfully integrated throughout the action, come along and find out what a young girl with a bad case of the dragons can do.

Time & Date – Saturday 27th May 11:00AM / 2:00PM Duration: 45mins

Ticket Prices –
Standard £10
Schools £7
Concession £7
Family Ticket £30.50
(+ 50p Per Ticket Admin Fee)

Phone number for further info:  01874 611622

Email Address for Further Info:  [email protected]

Website for Further Info:


Vision 21

Summer Workshops July – August

Do you know of anyone with a learning need who is looking for something to do over the summer months? 

Would you like to learn new skills, make new friends and see what Vision 21 is all about?

Creative Crafts; Catering; Horticulture; Life Skills; Woodwork; ICT

Sign up today to experience a Vision 21 project. 

For a discounted price of £25 a day.

To find out more or take a look at our projects to see what daily activities are involved please visit:

For more information or to sign up please contact Rachael Bond: [email protected] to receive a Summer Workshop referral form. 

Or telephone 029 2062 1194

Projects choice and dates are subject to availability.

Discounted rate only available to new trainees or extra attendance days for current trainees in the months of July & August 2017.

Dewis Cymru

Stay well through the Dewis website

Dewis Cmru logoLooking for advice on staying well ? Then look no further than the Dewis Cymru website.

The website is the place for information about all issues relating to well-being in Wales, as well as the first point of information about local organisations and services that can help.

The website includes information on key topics: Being Well; Being Social; Being at Home; Being Safe; Managing Your Money; Children and Families and Looking After Someone.

The Being Well section looks at a range of issues, including indoor and outdoor activities, healthy relationships (including sexual health) and dealing with medication. It also details five ways of being well (connecting with people, being active, keep learning, taking notice of your surroundings and volunteering).

Bethan Jones Edwards, Head of Regional Collaboration of the North Wales Social Care and Well-being Services Improvement Collaborative, said: “Being well isn’t just about being physically healthy and free from illness, it’s also how you feel about yourself and your life as a whole.

“People often have a greater sense of well-being when they have strong social networks, suitable housing, they are in employment and/or education (if they wish to be) and they are healthy, both physically and emotionally.

“The Dewis Cymru website is a great one stop shop for all the information you need about well-being. There is a directory of services and activities available in your community. It’s all about pointing people in the right direction to the wealth of support already available”.

People can visit the website to register and to access details of support available in their county.

If you require any additional information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Lisa Williams

Pennaeth Gwirfoddoli, Lles a Chymorth y Sector – Arweinydd Iechyd a Gofal Cymdeithasol / Head of Volunteering, Wellbeing & Sector Support – Health & Social Care Lead

Ffôn/Tel: 01824 702 441 / 01824 709 317

e-bost/email: [email protected]

Chapter Arts Centre

Art Car Bootique 2017

Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Cardiff

Sunday 28th May

11am – 6pm (outside in the car park)

6pm – 11.30pm (in the Caffi bar)

Free Event

Chapter and Something Creatives are pleased to announce this year’s Art Car Bootique — REVOLUTION!

This year’s Art Car Bootique theme is REVOLUTION! reflecting on 100 years since the Russian Revolution, one of the most radical moments in history. As part of the Russia 17 Festival across the city, this year we are asking artists and makers what REVOLUTION looks like for them, in these uncertain times.

Established in 2011, the Art Car Bootique is an eclectic and eccentric mix of artist projects and performances, live music, delicious street food and vintage fashion, celebrating the very best of South Wales’ creative community. From 11am until 6pm our car park is transformed into a psychedelic village fete, jam-packed with over 70 pitches for you to explore and enjoy and live music and performances on stage.

Rachel Helena Walsh | good cop bad cop | Yellow Back Books | Megan Winstone and James Cocks | Rhôd Artists Group | elysium gallery & artists studios | Richard Higlett | Barrie J Davies | CCQ Magazine | ArcadeCardiff | Flossy and Boo | C.A.A.P.O | Printhaus | Ffotogallery | Guest Who | Film Hub Wales | The Sol Cinema | Galerie Simpson Swansea | The SHO Gallery and Shop | The Bone Yard | Alternative Events | The Pedal Emporium | Trebanog Project | Dean Woolford | Cosmo | Mike Dennis | Little Folk | Junior Bill | Matt The Hat & Gareth Potter Welsh Balearic DJ Set | Tonto Malembe | VIBE Roulette | Dylans Mobile Bookstore | D’Vinyl Records | Head Over Heels Vintage | EllyMental Jewellery | Anna Palamar Designs | Eagle Eye Vintage | Vintage Mix | I Loves The ‘Diff | Dizzy Pineapple | Als Musique Boutique & Gentlemans Emporium | Nelly’s Treasures | In Rainbows | Elen Angharad | Bonnie.Designs | Baked By Lou | Dirty Vintage | CHAPTER BBQ | MILGI | Kerbside Cuisine | Ffwrnes Pizza | La Ffroga | Tukka Tuk by Anand George (Purple Poppadom) | Early Bird Bakery | MaiBock Beer Festival 2017

With support from Chapter Friends.