Category What’s On Cardiff

Jo Longhurst ‘Other Spaces’ at Ffotogallery

In its last few weeks, Jo Longhurst’s Other Spaces is on at the Ffotogallery in Penarth. The artist has considered the aspect of art and performance, and now these two concepts compliment one and other in the gallery space. The performance we see explores the intense physical and emotional experience of sportsmen and women, in […]

‘Les Noces: Open Rehearsal’ Dance House Wales [The Millennium Centre Wales]

Classic meets contemporary in Angelin Preljocaj‘s Les Noces (1989).  Based at the Millennium Centre, The National Dance Company Wales opened their doors to the public to give them a sneaky preview of the performance they’ll be touring next spring. This was a chance for the audience to share the experience of creative development, and to see what the […]

Originally posted on handmadechristmascampaign:
(Guest post written by Asana Greenstreet) Perhaps it’s just because it’s Christmas, but the festive spirit can make us all into craftspeople. We’re all getting practice decorating Christmas trees – not to mention Channel 4’s annual burst of inspiration #KirstiesVintage. Hubbard’s Cupboard – a shop in Cardiff’s High Street Arcade –…

And the winner is…?

And the winner is…? The winner of Artes Mundi will be announced tomorrow. The artworks are all very different, and bring together a variety of media into the gallery. This interdisciplinary art prize is the biggest prize, in terms of the prize money, and all eyes will be on the winner this week. Who do […]

Have you ever seen a painting move?

The Noord Nederlanse dance company is dissolving. The Dutch government has decided to stop funding the company – a great shame as the dancers in the three productions worked seamlessly together. Even if there were any mistakes, and I was assured by the choreographer Stephen Shropshire that there weren’t any, it wouldn’t have mattered because […]

Modern Alchemists

Life and death will come together at the Capitol Arcade in Cardiff. This is the theme of the second of its kind, an show which opens this week, and the exhibiting artists are all young (supposedly) and talented. Emerging artists, to use the art-world lingo, have such a difficult time. The words most often on […]