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GOODBYE FROM GAS GALLERY

Gas Gallery |  Oriel Nwy, Park Avenue, Aberystwyth will be closing its doors on September 25th at 5pm. This will be a sad day but Celf Ceredigion Art has had a fantastic two and half years of exhibitions and a very wide variety of events. Thank you to Ceredigion County Council for letting us use… Read more »

Early morning spring light creates an ideal opportunity to capture reflections of the trees lining the banks of Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin in the Glen Affric Natural Nature Reserve.

On Your Doorstep: Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth in all it’s glory 19 – 25 September, 2015 Early morning spring light creates an ideal opportunity to capture reflections of the trees lining the banks of Loch Beinn a’ Mheadhoin in the Glen Affric Natural Nature Reserve. On Your Doorstep: Aberystwyth is a photographic exhibition celebrating the natural beauty to be found in… Read more »

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On Your Doorstep: Competition Winners

The quality of the submissions for the On Your Doorstep: Aberystwyth competition was excellent. After a difficult decision, we are pleased to announce the winners: The three winning images are: George Jones: Cascade at Hafod Giles Bennett: Storm at Aberystwyth Harbour Simon Evans: Weathered Wood The three commended images are: Greteli Morton: Feather on Clarach Beach Colin Price:… Read more »

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Poetry Night with Matthew Jarvis

Friday 18th  September, 6.30pm: The Poetry of Meirion Jordan The second lecture in the series hosted by Dr Matthew Jarvis as part of theDevolved Voices project at Aberystwyth University. Jarvis will be discussing the work of Meirion Jordan, a contemporary Welsh poet who released his first collection of poetry, Moonrise, in 2008. His second book, Regeneration, is… Read more »

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The Bizarre & Surreal

7 – 26 September 2015 Raising money for the Art Department at Penglais School Students from Penglais School, Aberystwyth have put together an exhibition of their work in order to raise money for the school’s Art Department. Art has a history of being neglected as a valid subject and opportunities for future generations of artists… Read more »

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Summer Season of Public Walks

This Summer we are pleased to announce a series of public walks to celebrate the history and creative diversity of Aberystwyth. We are bringing together a host of local talent from storytellers to geologists, and invite you to explore the town. Suggested donation: £3 Monday 27 July, 2pm Musicfest Fringe Storytelling Walk A walking-storytelling-musical tour of Aberystwyth.   Sunday… Read more »

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The End of Something Beautiful

We have had a fantastic 2 years so far and have until the end of September to continue our full programme of exhibitions and events. However, the management team has made the decision that managing Gas Gallery is unsustainable. It has therefore been decided not to renew the lease and close its doors after the end of… Read more »

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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 2014 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… Read more »

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  • GAS

    GOODBYE FROM GAS GALLERY

    Gas Gallery |  Oriel Nwy, Park Avenue, Aberystwyth will be closing its doors on September 25th at 5pm. This will be a sad day but Celf Ceredigion Art has had a fantastic two and half years of exhibitions and a very wide variety of events. Thank you to Ceredigion County Council for letting us use… Read more »

  • Early morning spring light creates an ideal opportunity to capture reflections of the trees lining the banks of Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin in the Glen Affric Natural Nature Reserve.

    On Your Doorstep: Aberystwyth

    Aberystwyth in all it’s glory 19 – 25 September, 2015 Early morning spring light creates an ideal opportunity to capture reflections of the trees lining the banks of Loch Beinn a’ Mheadhoin in the Glen Affric Natural Nature Reserve. On Your Doorstep: Aberystwyth is a photographic exhibition celebrating the natural beauty to be found in… Read more »

  • _MG_0410B+WSM

    On Your Doorstep: Competition Winners

    The quality of the submissions for the On Your Doorstep: Aberystwyth competition was excellent. After a difficult decision, we are pleased to announce the winners: The three winning images are: George Jones: Cascade at Hafod Giles Bennett: Storm at Aberystwyth Harbour Simon Evans: Weathered Wood The three commended images are: Greteli Morton: Feather on Clarach Beach Colin Price:… Read more »

  • 8165+b36bwL

    Poetry Night with Matthew Jarvis

    Friday 18th  September, 6.30pm: The Poetry of Meirion Jordan The second lecture in the series hosted by Dr Matthew Jarvis as part of theDevolved Voices project at Aberystwyth University. Jarvis will be discussing the work of Meirion Jordan, a contemporary Welsh poet who released his first collection of poetry, Moonrise, in 2008. His second book, Regeneration, is… Read more »

  • bizarre and surreal_small

    The Bizarre & Surreal

    7 – 26 September 2015 Raising money for the Art Department at Penglais School Students from Penglais School, Aberystwyth have put together an exhibition of their work in order to raise money for the school’s Art Department. Art has a history of being neglected as a valid subject and opportunities for future generations of artists… Read more »

  • DSCN3800

    Summer Season of Public Walks

    This Summer we are pleased to announce a series of public walks to celebrate the history and creative diversity of Aberystwyth. We are bringing together a host of local talent from storytellers to geologists, and invite you to explore the town. Suggested donation: £3 Monday 27 July, 2pm Musicfest Fringe Storytelling Walk A walking-storytelling-musical tour of Aberystwyth.   Sunday… Read more »

  • Vivian in the window W

    The End of Something Beautiful

    We have had a fantastic 2 years so far and have until the end of September to continue our full programme of exhibitions and events. However, the management team has made the decision that managing Gas Gallery is unsustainable. It has therefore been decided not to renew the lease and close its doors after the end of… Read more »

  • DSC07043

    Review – Maps & Makers | Representing Mines

    Review: Maps & Makers – Representing Mines: Maps, their origins and outliers Friday 12th September & Sunday 14th September 2014 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… Read more »