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Oxford St, CARDIFF CF24 3DT
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UNIT(e) 2015

15 January - 14 March 2015

Following a successful pilot year in 2014, g39 is making an open invitation to 12 artists, groups and curators to take over the modular Unit spaces for production, presentation and development. Working alongside the Library residency project, the focus of the season is on dialogue and production. A number of spaces will be constructed that are development spaces during the weekdays, with public access limited to Saturdays throughout the period.



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News

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.

G39 announces new staff and board members

We have recently welcomed no fewer than four new people into the g39 fold. Firstly we are delighted to introduce Jude Bennett as g39 Curator. Jude holds a MA in Curatorial Practice and has managed exhibitions and residency programmes at various arts organisations throughout the UK and Ireland for the past decade such as Catalyst Arts (Belfast), Florence Trust (London), aspex (Portsmouth) and Newlyn Art Gallery (Cornwall). She takes on the crucial role of leading g39’s artistic direction while Anthony Shapland undertakes a year long sabbatical supported by a Creative Wales bursary.
Secondly is a person who may not need an introduction but certainly deserves a hearty g39 welcome – Emma Geliot, who has been appointed as Finance Assistant. Emma has 25 years’ experience of working in the visual arts in Wales as artist and arts administrator. After completing a postgraduate diploma in journalism at Cardiff School of Journalism, Emma is now a freelance journalist and editor for CCQ (Culture Colony Quarterly) magazine. She brings to the role a vast knowledge of financial reporting and compliance in the public sector.
We also welcome two newcomers to the Board: Bob Gelsthorpe and Hoodi Ansari. Artist Bob Gelsthorpe works with a number of media and has a curatorial element to his practice. Bob researches the idiosyncrasies of his studio practice, and the ‘studio’ itself. Bob graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the Cardiff School of Art and Design. He is also co-founder of BIT Studios in Cardiff.
Hoodi Ansari is a Business Intelligence Analyst at Confused.com. Having studied Documentary Photography at Newport, he has a personal interest in the visual arts in South Wales. In his role as Business Intelligence Analyst, Hoodi manages reporting for the company which involves a mixture of programming in various different computing languages and getting value out of data, making links and identifying shortcomings in order to make improvements.
We are delighted to have brought so many talented and ambitious people to the organisation, and we’re looking forward to their input over the coming year.