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Exhibition: Creative Connections Across the Irish Sea / Arddangosfa: Cysylltiadau Creadigol rhwng Cymru ac Iwerddon

May 14 @ 2:00 pm - June 25 @ 5:00 pm

A new exhibition of artworks commissioned by the project opens at 2pm on Saturday 14 May, at Ceredigion Museum. Bydd arddangosfa o gelf newydd a gomisiynwyd gan brosiect yn agor yn Amgueddfa Ceredigion, am 2.00 yh, ar ddydd Sadwrn 14 Mai. 

Sgroliwch i lawr am fersiwn Cymraeg

The work in this exhibition comes from twelve separate creative commissions, and ranges from poetry and story-collecting, to radio script, sculpture and ceramics, animation, photography 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. You can find more information about their work for ‘Ports, Past and Present’ here: https://creative-connections.pubpub.org/.

The exhibition launch on Saturday 14 May 2022 is free to all, and runs 2-4pm. Creative Connections across the Irish Sea can be seen at Ceredigion Museum until 25 June 2022, when it will move on to venues in Rosslare, Pembroke Dock, Dublin, Fishguard and Holyhead.

The museum is open Thursday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm. Wheelchair access is possible to most parts of the site. However, due to the historic nature of some of the buildings, some access may be difficult. There is a lift to all floors. Accessible toilets are available. All assistance dogs are allowed in the museum.

For any further information, contact Liz Edwards: e.edwards@wales.ac.uk

 

Mae’r arddangosfa hon yn ddetholiad o waith sy’n deillio o ddeuddeg comisiwn, ac yn cynnwys barddoniaeth, chwedlau, sgript radio, cerfluniau a serameg, animeiddio, ffotograffiaeth a ffilm. Mewn gair a llun, mae’r arddangosfa yn adlewyrchu bywyd ar y môr, ar yr arfordir ac o dan y tonnau dros amser maith: ac yn fan cychwyn i sawl siwrnai chwilfrydig yn y dyfodol.

Dangosir gwaith gan 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. Gwelwch wefan y prosiect am fwy o wybodaeth am eu gwaith ar gyfer ‘Porthladdoedd, Ddoe a Heddiw’: https://creative-connections.pubpub.org/

Cynhelir y lansiad yn rhad ac am ddim, 2.00-4.00yh, ddydd Sadwrn 14 Mai 2022. Croeso i bawb! Bydd Cysylltiadau Creadigol rhwng Cymru ac Iwerddon yn rhedeg yn Amgueddfa Ceredigion tan 25 Mehefin 2022, cyn symud ymlaen i leoliadau eraill yn Rosslare, Doc Penfro, Dulyn, Abergwaun a Chaergybi.

Mae’r Amgueddfa ar agor o ddydd Mercher i ddydd Sadwrn, o 11.00 yb tan 4.00 yh. Mae’n bosibl mynd mewn cadair olwyn i’r rhan fwyaf o’r safle. Ond, oherwydd natur hanesyddol rhai o’r adeiladau, gallai mynediad fod yn anodd. Mae lifft i bob llawr. Mae toiledau hygyrch ar gael ar y llawr gwaelod, wrth y siop a’r ganolfan groeso. Mae croeso i Gŵn Cymorth ddod i’r amgueddfa.

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

 

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May 14 @ 2:00 pm
End:
June 25 @ 5:00 pm
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Venue

Ceredigion Museum
Aberystwyth, United Kingdom + Google Map

 

Ports, Past and Present is a project led by University College Cork in partnership with Aberystwyth University, the University of Wales Trinity St David and Wexford County Council examining the cultural heritage of the ports in the Irish sea basin. Funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Cooperation programme.

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