We are delighted to offer an arts programme throughout the year.
Here you can find a brief, but tempting list of the upcoming exhibtions:
December 4th - 20th: 'Peripheries' , with potter Malcolm Turner and painters Emily Gaunt and Ciara Lewis, Oriel Bleddfa.
December 4th - 13th: 'Stories in Yarn', with Kirstie MacLeod, curator of The Red Dress Embroidery Project, and a Welsh collaborator, textile artist Amanda Wright.
January 7th - 31st: 'Altered States' Collage exhibition with Sharon Hall Shipp, Oriel Bleddfa.
February 5th - 28th: Abstrat Edge bring their wonderful range of arts to Oriel Bleddfa.
March 5th - 28th: International Womens' Day will be celebrated all month with an Open Exhibition in Oriel Bleddfa, and an Artisan Market on 6th March in Hall Barn.
April 2nd - 25th: Yvonne Crossley brings her drawing, constructing, painting and prints to Oriel Bleddfa.
April 30th - May 30th: 'Mono No Aware', an audio/visual collaboration between artist Simon Gore, and Norwegian minimalist painter, Erling Rohde. During the month there will also be musical nights and workshops.
June 4th - 27th: a collaborative exhibition from The Picture Makers, Oriel Bleddfa.
July 2nd - August 1st: 'Darkness and Light', a celebration and a lament in uncertain times, with Don Braisby, Frances Carlile and Jane Harding; Oriel Bleddfa and Hall Barn, including installations, workshops and readings.
August 6th - 29th: 'Between 2 Rivers', an exhibition exploring the rivers Servern and Wye, their banks, water meadows and countryside, with Robert Cunnings, Martin Eldridge and Michelle Anderson.
September 4th - 26th, including the h.Art trail between 4th and 12th. A range of artists and craftspersons, in both Oriel Bleddfa and Hall Barn. Workshops will be arranged.
October 9th - 31st: Black History Month a collaborative month, including exhibtions, music, readings and workshops.
November 5th - 28th: Title tbc; botanical illustrations and prints; Ruth Kirkby, ceramics and ceramic sculpture; Mary Smith, and paintings and drawings; June Coveny.
December 9th - Jan 23rd: Tales from the Mabinogion; an exhibition exploring the timeless stories, though sculpture, prose and paintings, with Emma Bevan and guests.