Ports, Past and Present

Creative connections Exhibition at Pembroke Dock | Arddangosfa Cysylltiadau Creadigol yn Noc Penfro

The Ports Past and Present project’s travelling exhibition, Creative Connections across the Irish Sea,  will be displayed at Pembroke Dock Library 13 July to 5 September

The exhibition comprises extracts from the vast range of creative outputs of the project, including poetry and story-collecting, radio script, sculpture and drawing, animation and film. Combining thought-provoking words and images, these works reflect the richness of life on, beneath and beside the waves through time. We hope that this exhibition will inspire future journeys of curiosity. 

The artists involved in the exhibition are: Rua Barron, David Begley, Zillah Bowes, Gillian Brownson, Kathy D’Arcy, Jon Gower, Robert Jakes, Julie Merriman, Peter Murphy, Augustine O Donoghue, Marged Pendrell, Hannah Power, Peter Stevenson and Jacob Whittaker. More information about their work for ‘Ports, Past and Present’ can be found on the project website: https://creative-connections.pubpub.org/ .

Contact Elizabeth Edwards with any queries about the exhibition: e.edwards@wales.ac.uk.

Bydd arddangosfa deithiol prosiect Porthladdoedd, Ddoe a Heddiw, sef Cysylltiadau Creadigol ar draws Môr Iwerddon, yn ymddangos yn Llyfrgell Doc Penfro rhwng 13 Gorffennaf a 5 Medi.

Yma, cyflwynir gwaith o ddeuddeg comisiwn, gan gynnwys barddoniaeth, chwedlau, sgript radio, cerfluniau a serameg, animeiddio, ffotograffiaeth a ffilm. Mewn gair a llun, mae’r arddangosfa yn adlewyrchu cyfoeth bywyd ddoe a heddiw ar y môr, ar yr arfordir ac o dan y tonnau: man cychwyn i sawl siwrnai chwilfrydig yn y dyfodol.

Am ragor o wybodaeth, cysylltwch â Elizabeth Edwards: e.edwards@wales.ac.uk.

This project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Cooperation programme.

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