Tag Archives: IWD

IWD 2017: some women’s art

There have been lots of International Women’s Day events in March 2017  (the day itself is 8th March), and I usually get round a few.  A rotten cold for me and voiceless Mike as company meant we only made it … Continue reading

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3ormore in Penarth Pier Pavilion

Renovated into a great exhibition space, with cinema and cafe, the Penarth Pier Pavilion is showing a new exhibition by the artist group 3ormore. The exhibition is named “We Did This:” which derives from delving into printing processes, with masterclasses, … Continue reading

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Seven:14 established artists and makers at Y Galeri, Caerphilly

There are some stunning works by Seven:14, a new group of women artist and makers at Caerphilly’s Y Galeri on St Fagan’s Street, there until 7th March.  The neat multi-space gallery is reflected in the intricacy of the works, and … Continue reading

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Celebrating IWD in Aberdare & Newport

After a sun-soaked morning ride on my horse, we headed off to the Cynon Valley Museum & Art Gallery in Aberdare.  Aberdare is an attractive town, but its council owned buildings are threatened by cuts, and without them it would … Continue reading

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Women artists in Butetown History & Arts Centre, Cardiff

After the opening of Towards Transformation I walked over to Bute Street to have a coffee in the Sunflower & I cafe and flower shop, and then to see how the show in Butetown History & Arts Centre was looking. … Continue reading

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Cake fest for Oxfam on IWD

Cardiff SOCSI staff and students were invited to a Cake Fest for Oxfam, socialising and eating excellent cakes which is a pleasant way to spend part of International Women’s Day.  Rachel (seen auctioning her duck and hen’s eggs) and Dawn … Continue reading

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