Arty Jen Jo, Emerging From The Raging Seas, (still) 2022
Arty Jen Jo, Emerging From The Raging Seas, (still) 2022

Aildanio, the Disability Arts Cymru (DAC) Arts Prize exhibition begins its six gallery tour of Wales at g39 in Cardiff from 19th November 2022.

The exhibition is funded by Arts Council Wales and features 26 pieces of work by disabled Wales-based artists, selected from over 100 submissions of creative responses to an ‘Aildanio’ (reignite) moment. Beginning in Cardiff at g39, this exhibition will travel across Wales between November 2022 and September 2023. It’s a wonderful opportunity to experience cutting edge and provoking visual art work from some of Wales’ best artists.

Farah Allibhai, Lia Bean, Leila Bebb, Candice Black, Arty Jen-Jo, Deborah Dalton, Paddy Faulkner, Clarrie Flavell, Rebecca F Hardy, Emily-Jane Hillman, Jacqueline Janine Jones, Cerys Knighton, Ruben Lorca, Jo Munton, Roz Moreton, Ceridwen Powell, Gaia Redgrave, Tina Rogers, Menai Rowlands, Jordan Sallis, Booker Skelding, Bethany & Linda Sutton, Alana Tyson, Phillippa Walter, Sara Louise Wheeler, Julia Wilson.

DAC, the national disability arts organisation of Wales are currently celebrating 40 years of promoting equality for disabled and Deaf people in the arts and are delighted to begin the Aildanio tour at g39, an artist-run organisation and creative community space in Cardiff.

Captions, BSLI and audio descriptions are embedded into the exhibition catalogue:

    • Arty Jen Jo, Emerging From The Raging Seas, (still) 2022