Writing with Attentiveness and Feeling

With Laura Clough This course will focus on writing techniques that heighten attaentiveness, feeling and image, in personal ... more >

Just Ink

Paul Webster This is a great introduction in how to paint and draw with ink using different brushes, dip pens etc. A number of ... more >

DEADLINE EXTENDED Oriel Davies Open Writing Competition 2018: Crossed Paths

Deadline for entries Saturday 5 January 2019 Open Writing Competition 2018 is inviting submissions of poetry and prose on ... more >

Oriel Davies Gallery
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Cartographic Imaginaries: Interpreting the Literary Atlas of Wales
John Abell, Iwan Bala, Valerie Coffin, Liz Lake, Richard Monahan, George Sfourgaras, Joni Smith, Amy Sterly, Locus Sheepshagger, Rhian Thomas and Sean Vicary

09 February 2019 - 18 March 2019

Cartographic Imaginaries presents an inspiring collection of commissioned artwork in response to twelve English language novels set in Wales. These form part of the wider Literary Atlas of Wales project, which investigates how books and maps help us understand the spatial nature of the human condition. More specifically it explores how English language novels set in Wales contribute to our understanding of the real-and-imagined nature of the country, its history, and its communities. more >

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