Saturday February 3 4PM – 6PM
An afternoon of experimental text – based performances by artists, poets and writers responding to Holly Davey’s exhibition ‘The Conversation’. As part of the exhibition’s final day, Davey has commissioned Bruno Diaz, Alison Gibb, Freya Dooley and Cinzia Mutigli, and Sam Perry to respond to the themes of the work. She has invited the texts to be performed within the installation, encouraging a change to the projections, sound and lighting within the space. ‘The Conversation’ will become a new version of itself animated by the performer’s voice, a reconfigured stage set, and the presence of a watching audience.
This event is supported by a Production Grant from the Arts Council of Wales and sponsored by Fizzievents.co.uk
Exploring the crossovers between design and exhibition making, James Maxwell and Lydia Meehan will be sharing some designers that influenced their Warp Library Residency in 2016 and it’s impact on A Template for Application.
Saturday 20 January, 10am
Gan archwilio’r cysylltiadau rhwng dylunio a chreu arddangosfa, bydd James Maxwell a Lydia Meehan yn trafod rhai dylunwyr a ddylanwadodd ar eu Preswyliad Llyfrgell Warp yn 2016 a’i effaith ar A Template for Application.
Dydd Sadwrn 20 Ionawr, 10yb
Free, no booking required.
Please note that due to a technical difficulty the conversation at g39 has been postponed. Please do still join us for dinner tomorrow, Thusrday 18, 5.30/6pm, 11 – 13 Braeval Street.
A new date for the Multicycle launch will be ciculated in the near future.
6 – 8pm – Supper with interventions from Owen Griffiths and the Fire & Food collective. Alongside dinner there will be an open DJ deck (bring your vinyl to add to the soundtrack), a seed swap, and an exhibition of botanical slides from the madeinroath slide library
Join us to kick off the 10th year of madeinroath in celebratory style!
Map to The Old Laundry
Directions to g39
Link to the facebook event with further information
Contact clare@madeinroath with any questions
In Conversation: Lydia Meehan & Louise Hobson.
Join us at g39 for breakfast club and a discussion about some of the ideas behind A Template For Application following a series of studio visits in the development of the work.
Saturday 13 January, 10am
Sgwrs: Lydia Meehan a Louise Hobson Trafodaeth am rai o’r syniadau sy’n sail i A Template For Application ar ôl cyfres o ymweliadau stiwdio wrth ddatblygu’r gwaith.
Dydd Sadwrn 13 Ionawr, 10yb
Artist bus trip to Topographies Seminar
A seminar on space, place and sensation
6th February 2018
Taunton TA2 8LG
Warp is delighted to be able to offer some subsidised places on an artist-devised journey to the Topographies Seminar leaving from Cardiff on 6th February 2018. Subsided tickets booked through Warp cost £20 (normal price £30) and include conference ticket, including lunch event, and access to Hestercombe grounds and exhibitions, plus a return journey by luxury coach with onboard activities en route including entertainment and video screenings organised by Alexander Stevenson. The bus will meet passengers outside g39 at 8am on Tuesday 6th February 2018 and will return to Cardiff for 7.30pm. Places are limited and booking is essential.
To book your subsidised ticket on the coach and a place at the seminar, follow the link below to the Eventbrite booking system and enter the password.
About Topographies: Continue reading
Matt Price is an independent contemporary art publisher, editor and curator. With a background in art history and curating, he started as an editor for Hans Ulrich Obrist and has gone on to be Managing Editor of Flash Art International, Milan, Deputy Editor of ArtReview and Publications Manager at Serpentine Gallery.
Thursday 11 January, 6pm
Sgwrs: Matt Price – Anomie Publishing Mae Matt Price yn gyhoeddwr celf gyfoes annibynnol, golygydd a churadur. Gyda chefndir mewn hanes celf a churadu, dechreuodd fel golygydd ar gyfer Hans Ulrich Obrist ac aeth ymlaen i fod yn Rheolwr Golygyddol Flash Art International, Milan, Dirprwy Olygydd ArtReview a Rheolwr Cyhoeddiadau Serpentine Gallery. Dydd Iau 11 Ionawr, 6yp
Join UNIT(e) artists, past and present for the 2017 UNIT(e) publication launch THIS Friday 15 December 4 – 9 pm at g39. Absolutely everyone is welcome.
Get together with g39/Warp staff and volunteers to celebrate everyone’s hard work this year!
There’ll be plenty of MINCE PIES, SPICED WINE AND MUSIC!!
(Wear your favourite Christmas jumper if you’re feeling festive)
Hope to see you there
Join us this Saturday the 2nd December for a busy day of talks . Also don’t forget to pop in for a chat, cup of tea/coffee and something to eat at breakfast club from 10am.
10am – 1pm Talk: The Brynmawr Experiment and the Brynmawr furniture makers, 1928-40
Following Lydia Meehan’s research, we welcome Dr Eurwyn Wiliam, co-author of Brynmawr Furniture Makers – a Quaker Initiative, 1929 – 1940, for a talk about the experiment, the company and designs.
Sgwrs: Arbrawf Brynmawr a gwneuthurwyr celfi Brynmawr, 1928-40
Yn dilyn ymchwil Lydia Meehan, rydym yn croesawu Dr Eurwyn Wiliam, cydawdur Brynmawr Furniture Makers – a Quaker Initiative, 1929 – 1940, ar gyfer sgwrs am yr arbrawf, y cwmni a’i ddyluniadau.
6 – 8pm Artist Talk: Holly Davey & Heather Phillipson
Join us for an informal talk about the artists’ current projects, their work and The Conversation.
Sgwrs gyda’r Artistiaid: Holly Davey a Heather Phillipson Ymunwch â ni am sgwrs anffurfiol am brosiectau cyfredol yr artistiaid, eu gwaith a The Conversation.
Jamboree 2018 will bring together visual artists, curators & programmers from around the UK in a relaxed outdoor setting, on the Dartington Estate near Totnes, Devon, UK.
The next round of pre-registration is open! Jamboree 2018 is limited to 150 participants. For this reason, Weekend Entrance Passes for the event will be available on an invitation-only basis, via pre-registration.
Why does Jamboree 2018 have a pre-registration process?
We want to ensure that the event has a good spread of participants:
from across the UK and further afield
with a mix of artists & curators
at a mix of career stages
For more info, and to pre-register, click here
Warp supports artists from around Wales, and is running a research project to better understand the professional development needs of black, asian and minority ethnic artists in Wales.
We will be looking to contact as many BME artists in Wales as possible, and will be conducting a number of Consultation Sessions.
If you would like to get in touch please read more.