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Current Exhibitions

Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre exhibitions present the best applied and visual art being made in Wales as well as bringing to Wales some of the most important and interesting artwork being produced nationally and internationally.

The diversity of our programme makes sure that all aspects of the applied arts are represented from ceramics, to glass, jewellery, sculpture and textiles. The artists we show in our galleries are both established makers as well a young artists at the start of their careers.

Portal 2021

Portal 2021

Gallery 1

11 September 2021 until 06 November 2021

 

Nineteen artists from universities across Wales and England have been included in Portal 2021, the annual exhibition of emerging arts practices, held at Llantarnam Grange, Cwmbran’s centre for Contemporary Art and Craft. With many graduating artists denied their typical end-of-year Degree Show, that all important opportunity to present themselves to the world, Portal 2021 serves as a celebration of those practices that have thrived despite the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Portal 2021 opens with an all-day soft opening from 12 noon – 3.30pm on Saturday 11 September.

 


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Criw Celf

Criw Celf

Gallery 2

11 September 2021 until 06 November 2021

Criw Celf South East Wales Exhibition 2020-21

Llantarnam Grange delivers ‘Criw Celf’ across South East Wales, working with young people from school years 5-13. Our programme aims to inspire young people to reach their full creative potential- to develop their artistic skills and promote new ways of thinking.

This exhibition features of work from all our Criw Celf age groups and is a selection of work created during workshops led by poet and printer Francesca Kay.

Pas-man

Pas-man

Craft Showcase

11 September 2021 until 06 November 2021

Pas-man is built on the belief that function deserves beauty. Designed by Joost Pasman, he applies technical Dutch design principles to the unique visual language of leather to create products that elegantly bond form to function.