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  • <i><b>Artist:</b> Andrew Dodds</br>Untitled triptych</i>

    Artist: Andrew Dodds
    Untitled triptych

  • <i><b>Artist:</b> Alan Goulbourne</br>Temporary Bamboo Habitat Sculpture</i>

    Artist: Alan Goulbourne
    Temporary Bamboo Habitat Sculpture

Glandŵr Cymru, the Canal & River Trust in Wales – 3 Year Programme of Artist Residencies – UPDATE

Addo were appointed by Glandŵr Cymru, to curate and manage an exciting three-year programme of artist residencies across Wales. The collaborative project, with Arts Council of Wales, aims to highlight Wales’ fantastic canal network while giving artists the opportunity to develop their practice within this…

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Segontium Three-Residency Programme, Funded by the Arts Council of Wales

Segontium Three-Residency Programme, Funded by the Arts Council of Wales

Addo were appointed by Cadw to manage the appointment of an artist to this site. The project is part of a three-residency programme, funded by the Arts Council of Wales and resulted in the appointment of Manon Awst to undertake a six-month residency in June…

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  • <b><i>‘Experiments with Light & Reflection, St.Asaph Cathedral Tower, December 2014’</i></b>

    ‘Experiments with Light & Reflection, St.Asaph Cathedral Tower, December 2014’

St Asaph Cathedral Artist in Residency

Artist Angela Davies was appointed to be artist in residence for six months at St Asaph Cathedral from June 2014 to January 2016. The opportunity, funded by Arts Council of Wales, has allowed the artist to explore broader themes relating to pilgrimage and how transformative…

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Write a letter to your body …

Write a letter to your body …

OUR BODIES. THEY’RE WITH US FOR LIFE Helping us do the things we do. From looking at the stars to chewing food. From walking to school, to picking a flower, or waving to a friend… HOW DO WE FEEL ABOUT OUR BODIES? We’re often trying…

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  • <b><i>Plan showing locations of artworks along Swansea Boulevard</i></b>

    Plan showing locations of artworks along Swansea Boulevard
    © City & County of Swansea Council

  • <b><i>'Swansea Fitted' Civic Stage</i></b>, Aberrant Architecture, 2014

    'Swansea Fitted' Civic Stage, Aberrant Architecture, 2014
    © Aberrant Architecture

  • <b><i>Mt. Elsie</i></b>, Assemble, 2014

    Mt. Elsie, Assemble, 2014
    © Assemble

  • <b><i>Design for Museum Park Screen</i></b>, Freshwest, 2014

    Design for Museum Park Screen, Freshwest, 2014
    © Freshwest

  • <b><i>Marina Sculpture</i></b>, William Dennisuk, 2014

    Marina Sculpture, William Dennisuk, 2014
    © William Dennisuk

  • <b><i>Light and Sound Intervention for Paxton Street Pedestrian Tunnel</i></b>, William Dennisuk, 2014

    Light and Sound Intervention for Paxton Street Pedestrian Tunnel, William Dennisuk, 2014
    Click on the image to watch a video of the lighting effect. © William Dennisuk

New Public Artworks for Swansea Boulevard

An exciting programme of 4 public art commissions will soon be introduced along the Boulevard route along Oystermouth Road, in order to encourage exploration of Swansea City Centre, emphasise key locations, and help create memorable experiences of the City that people want to return to….

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Find out more about the Swansea Boulevard & Waterfront Connections Public Artworks

Find out more about the Swansea Boulevard & Waterfront Connections Public Artworks

Want to find out more about the Swansea Boulevard & Waterfront Connections Public Artworks? Meet the Artists (aberrant architecture, Freshwest, William Dennisuk and Assemble) from 18:00 – 20:30 on 25 November 2014 at The Environment Centre, Pier Street, Swansea, SA1 1RY. Drop in to discuss the artwork…

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A Fall into Grace

A Fall into Grace

Addo are pleased to be working with artist Jackie Chettur on A Fall into Grace – a participatory art project, which embraces the notion that stories have important social dimensions and focuses on the universal theme of romantic love as a way of making visible…

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MONTGOMERY CANAL ARTIST RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITY

MONTGOMERY CANAL ARTIST RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITY

This residency is a collaborative project between the Arts Council of Wales, Glandŵr Cymru –  The Canal & River Trust in Wales, and Addo. Bursary: £12,000 for 6 months starting in December 2014 We are inviting applications from artists with an interest in landscape, architecture…

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St. Asaph Cathedral Artist-in-Residence Announced

St. Asaph Cathedral Artist-in-Residence Announced

Addo are pleased to announce that interdisciplinary artist Angela Davies, will spend the next six months working in the Translator’s Chapel at St.Asaph’s Cathedral responding to and exploring the boarder nature and contemporary meaning of ‘pilgrimage’. Defined as a ‘pilgrim’s journey’ or ‘a journey to…

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Rural Works Seminar

Rural Works Seminar

Some more about the Speakers: PAUL HAYWOOD http://www.mdx.ac.uk/aboutus/staffdirectory/paul-haywood.aspx http://www.eborstudio.co.uk Professor Paul Haywood is the Deputy Dean of the School of Art and Design at Middlesex University where he holds a Chair in Social Arts Practice. He holds an honorary Chair in Creative Community Engagement at…

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