Discover the new exhibitions at Glynn Vivian Art Gallery this Summer
Here's your monthly round-up of what's on at Glynn Vivian Art Gallery.
See the new season of exhibitions by artists Shiraz Bayjoo and Brook Andrew, Ngaay – Konesans, exploring the stories and hidden histories of colonialism through video, painting, photography and archive materials.
Also open this month is On Your Face x Glynn Vivian: Queer Reflections, led by artist Fox Irving, and creatives from ‘On Your Face’ collective. The young artist collective have come together to respond to selected artworks from the Gallery’s Permanent Collection and have been exploring and creating new narratives of what it means to be gay/lesbian, queer, and/or neurodivergent in Wales today.
Looking for free summer holiday activities? Glynn Vivian Art Gallery has lots to look forward to this August, including the brand new ‘Summer Sundays’ featuring Forest School and Family Film Club running throughout the summer.
There’s also Magical Forest and Mystical Mountains workshops taking place, along with trails, activities and art backpacks on hand to inspire everyone this summer!
There’s plenty of workshops and talks for adults too, including creative writing and clay making classes. Go and see what’s on offer and learn something new this summer.
Pop into the Gallery shop to pick up a special gift or stop for a selection hot and cold drinks and homemade cakes from TwoCann Glynn Vivian café.
Visit the gallery's website www.glynnvivian.co.uk to see the full programme and to plan your free visit today.
No booking required, see the website or call 01792 516900. The Gallery is fully accessible for wheelchair users, find out more online.