Oriel Davies Gallery
The Park, Newtown
Powys SY16 2NZ
Telephone: +44 (0) 1686 625041

Email: desk@orieldavies.org

 

THE GALLERY IS OPEN TUESDAY-SATURDAY

SHOP Tuesday-Saturday 11-4

CAFE Tuesday-Saturday 11-4

CAFE GALLERY: Melvyn Evans: Imprinting the Landscape

GALLERY 1: Our Isles: Celebrating the Art of Rural Living

Coming soon:

GALLERY 2: DAC ART PRIZE (November)


 

 

Archive

Oriel Davies is developing this archive as a resource for those researching both visual arts and arts education. Divided into exhibitions, projects and Test Bed the archive is searchable using the search bar below or by browsing through the archive pages.

AJ Stockwell: In Guise of the Rock

In Guise of the Rock
AJ Stockwell

Following our second open call for early career artists based in Wales and the Welsh Borders to develop and present new work as part of Litmus, we’re delighted to announce the development of new commission by AJ Stockwell. more >

Exhibition 2017 29 July - 20 September

Migrations Dance Film | Season 11 | Quarter 2
Various

A quarterly programme of Dance Film shown on the screen in the Foyer. more >

Exhibition 2017 29 July - 30 September

Aphelie, Migrations

Migrations Dance Film
Various

A quarterly programme of Dance Film shown on the screen in the Foyer. more >

Exhibition 2017 23 May - 30 June

Andrew Dodds, Chirk Aqueduct, 2016

Navigations - Art as Research
Group exhibition

Seven international artists reflect on the nature of progress, decline, globalization and time. Using Wales’ Canal network as a starting point, where they have all been resident artists, they consider the process of making and thinking as an artist while responding to a particular site or situation. more >

Exhibition 2017 20 May - 19 July

Who lives in a hole like this?, Katie Surridge, 2017

Who lives in a hole like this?
Katie Surridge

Following a call out for early career artists based in Wales and the Welsh Borders to develop and present new work as part of the Litmus programme at Oriel Davies, we’re delighted to announce a new commission by Katie Surridge. more >

Exhibition 2017 20 May - 19 July