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ISLAND

Preview 3 July 2015

4 July - 12 September 2015

Island is an evolving programme of exhibitions, commissions, film, food, performance, music and community led events. Island Adaptations I & II explore the disparate notions of isolation and community, structured as two distinct exhibitions:

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News

17 April 2015
Artists are invited to submit entries for the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015, the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK.
The 2015 selectors are Dexter Dalwood, artist; Salima Hashmi, artist, curator and writer; and John-Paul Stonard, art historian. First Prize £8,000, Second Prize £5,000 and two Student Awards of £2,000 each.
Deadline for online registration: 26 June 2015, 5pm.
3 March 2015
By taking part in a-n's survey your views will help shape the exhibition fee guidelines that they will test with the sector this year and will also get us one step closer to ensuring that all artists receive a fee for exhibiting their work #payingartists
26 November 2014
Yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Maldwyn a’r Gororau cynhelir arddangosfa aml-gyfrwng arbrofol newydd a chroesewir ceisiadau ym mhob disgyblaeth, boed celfyddyd gain neu gelfyddyd gymhwysol (gan gynnwys y ddelwedd symudol neu berfformans).
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At the Montgomeryshire & the Marches 2015 National Eisteddfod of Wales a new experimental multi media exhibition will be held. Applications in both fine and applied art (including the moving image and performance art) are welcome.

Gypsy, Roma & Traveller Arts & Culture National Symposium

g39, Tuesday 7 July 2015 9am - 1pm


The Romani Cultural & Arts Company is proud to announce the Gypsy, Roma & Traveller Arts & Culture National Symposium. The event, hosted by g39, will feature artists Daniel Baker and Shamus McPhee plus guests including Dr Ethel Brooks, Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies and Sociology at Rutgers University, US and a Tate-TrAIN Transnational Fellow at the University of the Arts London, Dr Colin Clark of The University of the West of Scotland and Nick Capaldi, Chief Executive of Arts Council of Wales. This varied range of speakers will engage the audience in conversation regarding the current state of GRT arts and their implications for wider society.

This unique event will take place in the context of the Gypsy Maker project; an exciting new RCAC venture that facilitates the development of innovative works by established and emerging GRT artists. The project aims to stimulate dialogue across communities about the ways in which art continues to inform our lives. For this inaugural presentation of the project the RCAC has commissioned exhibitions of new work by Daniel Baker, Romani Gypsy and Shamus Mc Phee, Scottish Traveller.

The half-day symposium will be followed by a visit to Baker’s exhibition ‘Makeshifting: Structures of Mobility’ at Art Central, Barry. The private view of McPhee’s exhibition ‘Aspects of Gypsy Traveller Life’ will take place in the evening at The Riverfront, Newport.

We anticipate great interest for this exciting event so please book your place early by writing to The Romani Cultural & Arts Company at: isaacblake@romaniarts.co.uk

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g39 Gallery Technical Officer

We are delighted to announce the launch of our latest recruitment opportunity, in partnership with Weston Jerwood ‪Creative Bursaries‬ scheme. G39 is seeking a recent graduate to become g39's Gallery Technical Officer. You can download information and an application form here http://bit.ly/g39tech

... and you can find out more about the scheme from the link below

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