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
The Park, Newtown
Powys SY16 2NZ
Telephone: +44 (0) 1686 625041
Fax: +44 (0) 1686 623633
Email: desk@orieldavies.org

 

Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
Saturday 10am-4pm
Christmas Opening Times
Sat 22 December: 10am—4pm
Sun 23 Closed
Monday 24 10am –3pm
Tuesday 25 – Tuesday 1 Closed
Wed 2 - Sat 5 Jan 10am—4pm
Sun 6 Closed
Monday 7 10am – 5pm

 

 

Litmus was an exhibition and development programme offering curatorial and practical support for early career artists in Wales and the Welsh Borders to research, develop and present new work at Oriel Davies between May 2017 and April 2018.

Litmus

Building on the legacy of Oriel Davies’ previous initiatives - TestBed and In Focus - Litmus is based in and around our third exhibition space, which is a small yet adaptable space that measures 158cm (w) x 212cm (l) x 219cm (h).

Exhibitions:

Who lives in a hole like this? | Katie Surridge | part 1 | 20 May - 19 July 2017

In Guise of the Rock | AJ Stockwell | part 2 | 29 July - 20 September 2017

Residencies:

Litmus Residency | Neasa Terry | part 3 | 07 October - 02 December 2017

Litmus Residency | Paul Eastwood | part 4 | 09 December 2017 - 27 January 2018

Litmus Commission | Freya Dooley | part 5 | 10 February - 11 April 2018

Working collaboratively with Litmus Curator Louise Hobson and supported by Oriel Davies Curator Alex Boyd Jones, alongside the wider gallery team, artists were encouraged to experiment, be ambitious and take risks as part of a commitment to developing their creative practice.

Litmus was supported by the Arts Council of Wales