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Claire Prosser, <i>Working Hour (Door Mat)</i>, 2011

UNITe 2018

30 June - 22 September 2018

Edita Atmaja, Clare Charles, James Cocks, Lauren Heckler, Helen Malia, Lydia Meehan, Dai Howell & Kate Mercer, Florence Moon, Hannah Morris, Dan Pritchard, Claire Prosser, Aled Simons, Laura Welsman and Ellie Young.

Devised by artists for artists, the UNITe season is a summer programme of artistic experimentation, research, critical discussions, film screenings, socials, lectures, and more.

Taking inspiration from independent art schools, studio groups and peer led activity, g39s UNITe season transforms the exhibition venue into a busy artist studio complex and hub for creative research, training and collaboration. We invite the public in to witness the often-unseen studio activity of artistic practice and take part in discursive sessions.

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22 July 2018
Open on the 27th October with g39s own Anthony Shapland as one of the judges. Get the date in your diaries. The shortlist for Artes Mundi 8 brings together 5 international contemporary artists who directly engage with everyday life through their practice and who explore contemporary social issues across the globe. With ANNA BOGHIGUIAN (CANADA/EGYPT) ! BOUCHRA KHALILI (MOROCCO/FRANCE) OTOBONG NKANGA (NIGERIA) ! TREVOR PAGLEN (USA) APICHATPONG WEERASETHAKUL (THAILAND)
19 June 2018
We are very pleased to be running the Invigilator Training Programme again for Wales In Venice. In 2019 we will work with artist and g39 friend and ally, Sean Edwards curated by Marie-Anne McQuay - a brilliant combination joining an exciting line-up including Charlotte Prodger for Scotland, Cathy Wilkes for the British Pavilion, Eva Rothschild for Ireland and Laure Prouvost for France.
1 March 2018
This opened on Friday, and is a bit excellent. Curated by James Richards it is on until Sept 30th.
A Slight Ache focuses on work that use materials drawn from daily life but that possess a visceral emotional intensity and suggestions of ritual or performance.

We're recruiting!

We've created a new g39 Office Manager role. It's an ideal opportunity for someone who wishes to develop their experience in arts sector administration / management. The Office Manager will work across the organisation developing systems, supporting delivery of activities, gaining insight, skills and knowledge and building on their existing knowledge and networks.

For full Job Description, Person Specification and details of how to apply download the full information here > bit.ly/g39officemgr

Deadline for applications 26th September 2018

MadeinRoath Open 2018

We are pleased to be hosting the 2018 MiR most open of all opens. A salon exhibition of wall based artworks submitted to an open call any age, any ability, any media, no fee to enter and a public vote for the winners. Made in Roath are a super-local artist run organisation that hosts the festival annually with a mix of local communities and international people taking part and this show launches the festival. There's still time to submit - email media@madeinroath.com for details. The Made in Roath Open is part of Everything. All At Once. At The Same Time, a series of events and exhibitions at g39.

Sunday 14 October, 6.00pm-9pm

The Baffling

The Baffling is a performance event that brings together artists and musicians to create a continuous soundtrack to a programme of live music, film, demos and readings. The event name has a double meaning; both the acoustic architecture to control sound, and a verb meaning to deflect, perplex or hoodwink. With artists Benjamin Owen, Giles Bailey and Kit Poulson; musicians Corey Mwamba and Matt Lovett; and interventions from Claire Vaughan and Chris Brown among others, The Baffling explores the ritual of soundtracking, the nature of collectivity and redrawn relationships between film, sound and performance.
The Baffling is part of Everything. All At Once. At The Same Time, a series of events and exhibitions at g39.

Saturday 20 October, 6.30pm-9pm