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Previous Exhibitions

studiogeist

studiogeist

Digital Gallery

13 February 2021 until 10 April 2021

Students from Cardiff School of Art & Design have been, despite the odds creating, making and designing work throughout the lockdowns of the last few months. In celebration of this adversity, Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre are delighted to be hosting a digital exhibition on their website that shows the diversity and strength of their work, as well as celebrating the work-in-progress, in between works, and the studio atmosphere whether at home or in dedicated spaces.

Blanket Coverage

Blanket Coverage

Main Gallery

28 November 2020 until 17 April 2021

We are thrilled to welcome back Laura Thomas, an award-winning Welsh artist, designer, curator and educator who has previously taken part and curated several exhibitions at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre. Laura’s passion for weaving can be seen in her own work and also in her championing of fellow weavers. Blanket Coverage is an exhibition of contemporary woven blankets curated by Laura and involving makers from across Wales, the UK and internationally.

 

 

Portal 2020

Portal 2020

Main Gallery

03 October 2020 until 14 November 2020

Fifteen Graduates from universities across the UK have been included in ‘Portal 2020’, an annual exhibition of emerging artists

We Are Open Again

We Are Open Again

Main Gallery

01 September 2020 until 22 September 2020

After being closed for six months, Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre is re-opening to the public, with new social distancing measures and a new exhibition.

Dreams from Detroit

Dreams from Detroit

Images of the American Car in the mid 20th Century - Richard Cox

Main Gallery

08 February 2020 until 21 March 2020

DFD documents a period in automobile history in America that was characterized by  an approach to design and styling that paid little concern with fuel  economy and restraint in design.  The automobile design studios in Detroit, at the time, were dealing with  perceptible aero-dynamics, the influence of aircraft  and rocket design  exemplified by sometimes outrageous exuberance. Visions of the future which reflected the times in which they conceived.  The images in this show centre around the late 1950s until the mid 70s.

Terra Incognita

Terra Incognita

Prints by Pete Williams

Gallery 3

08 February 2020 until 21 March 2020

Terra Incognita will showcase illustrations from Cardiff based print maker, Pete Williams, which have been created in response to Arthur Machen’s novel ‘The Three Imposters’. The Three Imposters publishing company have produced a new publication combining the illustrations with the macabre tales of the novel which was first published in 1895. The novel is loosely structured around the flight of the enigmatic ‘young man with spectacles’ through London from the agents of the evil Dr Lipsius, after he has inadvertently stolen a priceless coin, the Gold Tiberius. The publication will be available to purchase during the exhibition.