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.

We Want Your Photos of Aberystwyth!

On Your Doorstep: Aberystwyth Photography Competition As part of the exhibition, organisers, Thuranovich Photograhy, are offering 3 local people the opportunity to have their work included in the show. SUBJECT: Nature and the natural environment that have been taken in a 20 mile radius of  Aberystwyth WHO CAN ENTER: No age limit and no limit to the… Read more »

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Now Showing: Chain Reaction

Behind the Scenes of the Artist’s Mind 11 August – 17 September, 2015 Opening Night: Saturday 15 August, 6-8pm Free entry with refreshments available at the bar Chain Reaction is an experimental look at the process of making art. It puts in to focus the transformation of a single idea as it is passed between… Read more »

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Now Showing: Open Photography Exhibition 2015

Open Photography Exhibition 2015 11 August – Sat, 5 September 2015 Opening Night:  Saturday 15th August 6-8pm, with special guest Professor Chris Webster from Aberystwyth School of Art. This exhibition aims to show some of the work of local photographers based on the subject “People”. This can be interpreted widely so expect a varied and interesting… 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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Poetry Talks with Matthew Jarvis

Friday 3rd July, 6.30pm:  The Poetry of Nerys Williams Dr Matthew Jarvis discusses the work of contemporary Welsh poet Nerys Williams as part of his Devolved Voices project at Aberystwyth University. Williams brought out her debut collection of poetry, Sound Archive, in 2011, so this is an opportunity to discover new work in the Welsh poetry scene…. 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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  • 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.

    We Want Your Photos of Aberystwyth!

    On Your Doorstep: Aberystwyth Photography Competition As part of the exhibition, organisers, Thuranovich Photograhy, are offering 3 local people the opportunity to have their work included in the show. SUBJECT: Nature and the natural environment that have been taken in a 20 mile radius of  Aberystwyth WHO CAN ENTER: No age limit and no limit to the… Read more »

  • chain reaction

    Now Showing: Chain Reaction

    Behind the Scenes of the Artist’s Mind 11 August – 17 September, 2015 Opening Night: Saturday 15 August, 6-8pm Free entry with refreshments available at the bar Chain Reaction is an experimental look at the process of making art. It puts in to focus the transformation of a single idea as it is passed between… Read more »

  • open photog

    Now Showing: Open Photography Exhibition 2015

    Open Photography Exhibition 2015 11 August – Sat, 5 September 2015 Opening Night:  Saturday 15th August 6-8pm, with special guest Professor Chris Webster from Aberystwyth School of Art. This exhibition aims to show some of the work of local photographers based on the subject “People”. This can be interpreted widely so expect a varied and interesting… 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 »

  • 8165+b36bwL

    Poetry Talks with Matthew Jarvis

    Friday 3rd July, 6.30pm:  The Poetry of Nerys Williams Dr Matthew Jarvis discusses the work of contemporary Welsh poet Nerys Williams as part of his Devolved Voices project at Aberystwyth University. Williams brought out her debut collection of poetry, Sound Archive, in 2011, so this is an opportunity to discover new work in the Welsh poetry scene…. 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 »