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Spring Collection 2017

Spring Collection 2017

An exhibition of new work by regular gallery artists plus a few new ones.

Art Matters at the White Lion Street Gallery, Tenby (18 Feb 17 - 28 Mar 17)



ON THE EDGE / AR YR YMYL: Artists from Borth

ON THE EDGE / AR YR YMYL: Artists from Borth

The next exhibition at the gallery visits a group of artists living and working in an odd spot between sea and mountains in Wales. Borth in Ceredigion, is the setting for this unique group of artists. Gwenllian Ashley has curated this show, asking the group to respond to their immediate environment. The results are varied and a visual feast for the visitors.

In Oriel Fach, ceramics by Katie S Howard reflect on the so called ‘herring girls’ that tirelessly serviced the fishing industry in Stornoway.

And finally, Jane Eve Dixon presents a photographic record of ‘The Spirit of Ynyslas’, the submerged forests of Borth.

 

Oriel Q Queen’s Hall Gallery (25 Feb 17 - 25 Mar 17)



Tim Garland

Tim Garland

AmserJazzTime at the Royal Welsh College presents

Tim Garland

Nominated for the 2017 Grammys, Tim Garland’s CD ONE has been widely acclaimed. At its core this stellar quartet features the 26 year partnership with piano phenomenon Jason Rebello.

Garland is widely known as being one of the top jazz musicians the UK has ever produced, the passion of his saxophone playing equalling his virtuosity.

Taliesin Arts Centre (25 Mar 17)



Swansea Printmakers: Selected artists

Swansea Printmakers: Selected artists

Nine members of the Swansea Print Workshop were invited to show their latest work in this exciting exhibition.

Art Matters at the White Lion Street Gallery, Tenby (1-28 Apr 17)



WOW -  The Colours of the Mountain (tbc)

WOW - The Colours of the Mountain (tbc)

Dir: Carlos César Arbeláez

Colombia/Panama 2010 1h 30 min

Hernán Mauricio, Ocampo, Hernán Méndez, Nolberto Sanchez 

With subtitles

A charming, gentle tale about a group of village boys caught in the crossfire of civil war. In the lush green Colombian mountains, Manuel, Julian and Poca Luz enjoy a simple life where a football is a treasured gift. With both paramilitaries and guerrillas a regular presence Manuel’s parents argue about leaving. But for the inseparable boys the biggest disaster is that their precious football lies stranded in a minefield

Taliesin Arts Centre (03 Apr 17)



WOW - Shadow World (tbc)

WOW - Shadow World (tbc)

Dir: Johan Grimonprez 

USA 2016 1 h 30 min

Andrew Feinstein, David Leigh, Helen Garlick

A smart, hard-hitting look at the global arms trade, the vast sums of money that are made and the corruption that creates. Fascinating interviews reveal the shocking realities of Britain’s central role in this dirty trade that counts its profits in billions and its losses in human lives.

Taliesin Arts Centre (03 Apr 17)



WOW- The Future Perfect (PG)

WOW- The Future Perfect (PG)

Argentina 2016 1 h 5 min

Xiaobin Zhang, Saroj Kumar Malik, Mian Jiang

With subtitles

Playful, touching and smart, with the lightest of touches this tale of a young Chinese migrant finding her feet in Buenos Aires covers a lot of ground in its brief running time. Finding a job and learning Spanish are Xiaobin’s first priorities. Both bring with them the dilemmas of human relationships.

Taliesin Arts Centre (04 Apr 17)



WOW- Neruda (15)

WOW- Neruda (15)

Chile/Argentina/France/Spain 2016 1 h 48 min

Luis Gnecco, Gael García Bernal, Mercedes Morán

With subtitles

This is a fascinating examination of how we create the story of our own lives – particularly if you’re a vain, self-publicist like the great Nobel-prize winning poet, Pablo Neruda. In the late 1940s Neruda is on the run from a Chilean government crackdown.

Taliesin Arts Centre (04 Apr 17)



Ambulance (tbc)

Ambulance (tbc)

Dir: Mohamed Jabaly

Palestine/Norway 2016 1 h 20 min

With subtitles

An extraordinary account of the last war in Gaza. As the war begins Mohamed Jabaly picks up his camera and joins an ambulance crew. Watching the horror unfold as the crew speeds to the aftermath of each attack gives him a unique perspective on the heroism of the crew and the suffering of ordinary Palestinians.

Taliesin Arts Centre (04 Apr 17)



The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki (12A)

The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki (12A)

Finland/Germany/Sweden 2016 1 h 32 min

Jarkko Lahti, Oona Airola, Eero Milonoff

With subtitles

This sweet romantic tale of a modest underdog preparing for his big fight conjures up a delightful mood of bittersweet melancholy. Although he has the expectations of the Finnish nation on his shoulders Olli Maki’s preparations for his shot at the world title seem surprisingly amateurish.

Taliesin Arts Centre (05 Apr 17)



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