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Updates

The Celf Ceredigion Art website will continue with updates from 22.00 pm – 00:00 am (10 pm – midnight) every day for the remainder of the month of January.  We apologise for any delays this may cause. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the content on the website please send your enquiry to… Read more »

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What’s Happening

Opening times: 11.00 am – 5.00 pm, Monday – Saturday   Joanne Thompson – Cognitive Dissonance: Saturday 10th January 2014 – Friday 13th February 2015 Peter Stevenson – A Cabinet of Curiosities: Saturday 10th January 2014 – Friday 13th February 2015  

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Surrealist Salon Parlour Games

A creation from the night of movement and sound with words and pictures that brought all the senses together to create a unique creation.  What an evening of parlour games!  

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Review – Maps & Makers | Representing Mines

Review: Maps & Makers – Representing Mines: Maps, their origins and outliers Friday 12th September & Sunday 14th September The talk given by David Austin from Archaeology Department Lampeter University about the power underlying why maps were created and what they represent was a wonderful journey of our political history in terms of capitalist enquiry… Read more »

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  • Vivian in the window W

    Updates

    The Celf Ceredigion Art website will continue with updates from 22.00 pm – 00:00 am (10 pm – midnight) every day for the remainder of the month of January.  We apologise for any delays this may cause. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the content on the website please send your enquiry to… Read more »

  • cropped-2014-09-05-18.34.58.jpg

    What’s Happening

    Opening times: 11.00 am – 5.00 pm, Monday – Saturday   Joanne Thompson – Cognitive Dissonance: Saturday 10th January 2014 – Friday 13th February 2015 Peter Stevenson – A Cabinet of Curiosities: Saturday 10th January 2014 – Friday 13th February 2015  

  • starry night

    Surrealist Salon Parlour Games

    A creation from the night of movement and sound with words and pictures that brought all the senses together to create a unique creation.  What an evening of parlour games!  

  • DSC07043

    Review – Maps & Makers | Representing Mines

    Review: Maps & Makers – Representing Mines: Maps, their origins and outliers Friday 12th September & Sunday 14th September The talk given by David Austin from Archaeology Department Lampeter University about the power underlying why maps were created and what they represent was a wonderful journey of our political history in terms of capitalist enquiry… Read more »