g39 is home to the largest artist-run gallery in Wales, a creative community for the visual arts. Established in Cardiff, g39 became a charity in 2019 and works as a bridge between communities, the public and artists. Artists are at the heart of the activity of g39. From residencies to training and mentoring, informal gatherings, or realising the most ambitious of exhibitions - our aim is to encourage and enable every person whose ambition it is to pursue a visual art practice.


Exhibition: The Healing Project

8 - 22 June 2024

Abeer Ameer, Nasima Begum, Yanti Hashim, Sweeta Hasmi, Husna Hossain, Ayesha Ibrahim, Samar Iqbal, Jaffrin Khan, Anjuman Khanom, Neda Muhammad, Hanan Sandercock

Exhibition: The Healing Project

g39 is pleased to host The Healing Project, an art collective that supports space for Muslim Women Artists to develop artwork that responds to global conflicts.

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OPEN Exhibition 2024

8 - 22 June 2024

Thanks to the artists for the OPEN 2024:
Dan Griffiths, Gail Howard, Jane Jones, Tessa Holly, Susan Akins, Hannah Downing, Lucy Hinksman, Tom Bousie, Elite Young, Christopher Hopkins, Bella Woodfield, Meredydd Russell-Jones, Alexandra Fahar, Donna Brazier, Lynn Stuart, Farah Thomas, Adam Thomas, Willow Brailsford, Helen Haines, Beth Barker, Sian Griffiths, Glyn Bateman, Andrea Grottick, Jo Rigby, Alix Edwards, Sue Davies, Jill Powell, Inga Krik, Sara Smith, Dawn Hoban, Danielle Davies, Tarah Kandial, Jaydan Alexander, Hywell Edwards, Dorcas Pennyfather, Noah Powers, Glyn Ryland, Rubi Zia, Kristina Gufo, Rhi Christie, Rachel Clarke, Manisha Sethi, Booker Skelding, Tamsin Sterling, Lucia Jones, Peter Kelly, Joe Loftin, Paddy Faulkner, ALFERO, Mahdieh Sanatkhani, Sandra Davies, Billy Kang, Kit Cullen, Georgie Phillips, Grant Lambie, Lily R O’Connell, Shaun Featherstone, Athena Jones, Oli Scotton, Rey Hope, Heidi Plant, Beccie Ford, Daniel Lazenby, Farah Allibhai, Clare Charles, Thomas Abercromby, Zeta Zentella, Annette Townsend, AJ Robst, Dan Morgan, Mike Carter, Rachel Kinchin, Dan Clarke, Judith Rees, Theo Jones, Graham Jones, Phoebe Davies, Huw McKean & Evan McKean, Pascal Dubois, Rose Begum, Mila Canduelas-Rios, Ross Woodfield, Jake Quinlan, James Jones Morris, Robert ‘Dicky’ Wells, Andrea Heath, Gary Brown, Sera Wyn, Hannah Torode, Zena Blackwell, Stacey Blythe, Lily R O’Connell, Jill Davies, Cerys Knighton, Siobhan Mitchell, Tasha Middleton and Michael Sides, Anne Culverhouse Evans, Kirsty Foster, Janette, Sophie Lindsey, Ceridwen Powell, Sara Smith, Michael Fairclough, Myles Hindle, Alison Lochhead, Tomos Williams, Isobel Robey, Marcus West, Deborah Duffield, Llinos Pritchard, Basil Lucock, Mylo Elliot, George Manson, Ludmilla Platcha, Jerry Hoare, Jason Rouse, Blake McGauly, Paul Worthy, Phil Brown, Nafisa Sait, Anna Polya, Chris Wells, Lleucu Non, Sarah Seren, Sam Thornton, Anthony Shapland, Sam Hockey, Bonnie Grace, Eleanor Hill, Ruth Harries, Dinah Vagina.

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Jerwood Survey III

Launch 12 July 2024

13 July - 7 September 2024

Che Applewhaite, Aqsa Arif, MV Brown, Philippa Brown, Alliyah Enyo, Sam Keelan, Paul Nataraj, Ciarán Ó’Dochartaigh, Ebun Sodipo and Kandace Siobhan Walker.

Jerwood Survey III

Jerwood Survey responds to a vital need for artists who are still early in their careers to benefit from a supported opportunity to make and show new work in a group exhibition format.

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Social: Neighbourhood Crowd

25 May - 26 October 2024

Social: Neighbourhood Crowd

Join us for Neighbourhood Crowd, have a free cuppa and light snack, see the show, have a chat. Everyone is invited.

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Support
g39

There are lots of ways you can support g39 and our programme,
without it costing you anything.



We’ve joined easyfundraising. Basically, if you shop online but through their portal, they donate a % to us. From Screwfix to ebay, Ethical Superstore to durex you can do your bit. Or if you’re driving to Cardiff and are going to pay for parking, why not book our carpark on Justpark with us?

You can donate at any time too through our new Donorfy account, or tapping a card on the donation point at g39, or just dropping some coins in the donation boxes next time you visit. It’s always uncomfortable asking for donations when there are so many many things to support out there - but all of this helps keep our resources and support programmes free for those that need them.

g39, Oxford St, CARDIFF CF24 3DT
+44 (0) 29 2047 3633
post@g39.org
@g39cardiff
@g39warp
Open: Wednesday - Saturday, 11am-5pm


This website was born back in 2006, and although it’s wearing some fancy new fonts it still struggles sometimes.

If there are problems, let us know and we’ll try to fix them while we fundraise for a new one.

g39 is a registered charity, Reg no. 1181492, and we rely on a lot of different helping hands. If you want to support us, please donate, or you can help by visiting the market. We are always grateful for volunteer support too.

If you want to engage with us in Welsh you can switch from any page by clicking on the link above. If you're a learner, bydd newid rhwng y ddau yn ffordd dda o ymarfer - flipping between the two is a good way to practice. You can contact us in either English neu Gymraeg. Sign up to be kept up to date by post or email.



g39 Policy Documents / Dogfennau Polisi g39

These are the documents we operate by. We are working to get the latest versions of our key policies online in English and Welsh and available in other formats.
Currently, you can read PDF versions of our //
Ar hyn o bryd, gallwch ddarllen fersiynau PDF o'n:

Code of Care & Conduct

Cod Gofal & Ymddygiad

Strategic Equality Action Plan in English. Ac yn Gymraeg: Cynllun Gweithredu Cydraddoldeb Strategol

If you would like these documents in another accessible format please contact us on post@g39.org
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Os hoffech gael y dogfennau hyn mewn fformat hygyrch arall, cysylltwch â ni ar post@g39.org

Access at g39

g39 is housed in a large open warehouse with all public spaces on the ground floors and with no indoor steps. The main entrance has no steps and the space is all on one level. There is a single low step at the side door.

There is a carpark at the front of the building with spaces for visitors. The gallery space, screening room and studios are all fully accessible to people in wheelchairs.

g39 does not have a hearing loop installed.

The exhibitions at g39 are varied and can often look and feel different to a traditional museum style gallery. The form of the artworks can be varied and unpredictable, it’s not uncommon for there to be loud or repetitive noises, and low light spaces. Please get in touch if you would like to know more about what to expect with any particular exhibitions or events that we are hosting.

At the rear of the building are studios. If people with access needs are selected for a residency/fellowship programme or are installing work for an exhibition, studio & workshop spaces can be adapted to meet their needs

In the winter the gallery space can get cold. At g39 we welcome service animals.


Audio Description of g39 and all of it's spaces

Image//Delwedd: Becca&Clare, You Are Invited, 2020

warp Library

Now we're open again the warp Library is open, a de-instututional resource for all. The collection mainly houses artist books, arts-related reference books, zines and pamphlets. These span from the socio-political to the experimental, from 60s avant-garde retrospectives to contemporary exhibition publications; and hopefully everything in between. This in an ever-developing, growing collection.

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