Thursday 7 April 2022
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
A Land Dialogues project
07.04.22 – 04.09.22
An exhibition and research project to re-imagine the gallery’s outdoor space as a new green civic arena, featuring works from the Gallery’s Collection, Swansea Museum and objects from the National Waterfront Museum selected by the artist.
Curated by Dr. Zehra Jumabhoy
07.04.22 – 10.07.22
An exhibition of paintings, etchings and photography, dedicated to exploring art and industry in South Wales, through selected works from the Gallery Collection.
07.04.22 – 04.09.22
Multimedia installation from Wakelin Award winner Cinzia Mutigli, exploring sugar addiction and Post-Colonial conversations. Purchased in partnership with the Friends of the Glynn Vivian, the annual award is given to a Welsh artist, whose work is purchased for the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery’s Permanent Collection. This year’s selector is Cardiff-based artist and curator, Anthony Shapland.
Gallery Atrium, 6.30pm
Join artist Owen Griffiths for a short introduction to Thinking Green, a Land Dialogues Project. Followed by a guided walk and tour of Art and Industry, Stories from South Wales, by Exhibition Dr. Curator Zehra Jumabhoy.
Free entry, everyone welcome. No booking required.
18:00 – 18:30
Delyth Jenkins is a harp soloist and as a member of various groups, Delyth has toured throughout the UK, in many European countries, and in America
Setondji spirit is a Singer-songwriter playing Roots World Music. A combination inspired by R&B, Classical, and Folk music.
Wildflower Seedball workshop
Room 2 / Garden (weather depending)
As we embark on Owen Griffiths’ exploration of how our garden space can be used, we’ve sourced enough wildflower seeds to create a whole acre of wildflower garden for all those thirsty bees and insects out there this summer. Drop-in to make your own set of seed balls to bring some bee friendly colour to our city.
Art and Industry – STOP THE PRESS!
Printmaking and industry are intrinsically linked, so after you’ve explored our new exhibition of artworks related to ‘Industry in South Wales’, why not drop in for this experimental printmaking workshop, using a range of traditional and contemporary techniques, suitable for all ages.
Café and bar open
Free entry, everyone welcome
NO BOOKING REQUIRED