Plan Your Stay on Cardigan Bay

Artists and Art Galleries Cardigan Bay

Art works and artists involved in the Cardigan
            Open Studios Annual Open Studios Exhibition Art works and artists involved in the Cardigan Open Studios Annual Open Studios Exhibition

Discover the art of rural west wales by visiting artists, and art galleries of Cardigan Bay.

Local Artists Websites:

Cardigan Bay Art Galleries

Oriel Mwldan Gallery: www.mwldan.co.uk

The Corn Exchange Gallery in Cardigan Guildahall

Aberystwyth Arts Centre: www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk

Look out for Art Events Ceredigion Cardigan Bay:

Winter Craft and Gift Fair 2014

Friday 31st October 2014 - Tuesday 23rd December Location: Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Aberystwyth Arts Centre’s annual Winter Craft & Gift Fair opens seven days a week for over eight weeks around Christmas. Over 80 stalls sell everything from jewellery, ceramics, woodwork, photography, prints, metalwork, slate, to textiles and food (fab home made choccies!). Many are produced by local makers from Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Powys. Cafe, craftshop and bookshop also open throughout this period. Free parking evenings and weekends - or take the 03 bus from the station right up to the arts centre! OPEN: 10am - 8pm Monday to Saturday 12 noon - 5.30pm on Sundays

Summer Grass Winter Worm Exhibition

Saturday 6th December 2014 - Saturday 24th January Location: Mwldan

Ian Watson was born and raised in the South of England, studied Fine Art at Hastings College and later completed a fine art degree at Howard Gardens, Cardiff. He now lives and works in Cardiff, having spent over a decade working in film and television post production. The drawings and paintings found in this exhibition are largely informed by a misspent youth hiding out with like-minded mutants in video rental shops and woodlands of East Sussex, head buried in headphones, soaking up the occult messages from a collection of heavy metal cassettes

moonstruck cabaret

Friday 23rd January 2015 Location: Small World Theatre

Its a new moon and the start of a new year…

Plan early and get ready to party with the Sinkoplaters, Beyond Compere. We’re planning to fill an evening full of variety and performance. Miss Maud’s Folly are back by demand and promising their saucy blend of gypsy, jazz and folk tunes. Their songs are full of beautiful imagery and delightful instrumental arrangements. From raucous, breakneck-paced gypsy tunes to delicate Spanish lullabies, velvety jazz numbers to lolloping honky-tonk saloon music – the band delights and excites audiences every time! Doors and bar open from 6.45pm Ordering Food Please order your food before 16 January so we can cater for you on the night. Please use the options online to order. We’ll put the delicious menu up on our  webpage as soon as possible. Booking ahead at the Box Office You can book tickets in person by visiting our office Tuesday – Friday, 9.30am – 4.30pm. Please pay by cash/ cheque and you will be issued with tickets to take away. Seating A seating plan will arranged for this event and with your help we will be able to sit parties together (even thought you may be booking separately). Please contact the box office during open times with your requirements.

Cardigan Art Society Exhibition

Monday 7th September 2015 - Saturday 12th September Location: Cardigan Guildhall

For half a century CAS has promoted the visual arts in the area by providing its members with a mutual support system consisting of talks, demonstrations and workshops. CAS welcomes artists of all levels of ability and provides them with at least two public showings annually. For membership details and a programme of current activities, visit the society's page at: www.cardiganartsociety.weebly.com