You are warmly invited to the opening of two exhibitions on March 17th inspired by Andreas Ruthi's interest in the Nantgarw Porcelain collection at Plas Glyn-y-Weddw. Charlotte Hodes will be opening the exhibition at 2pm.
At The Table
At the Table will be a discussion day linked thematically to the exhibitions opening on Saturday, March 17th at 2pm.
10.30am: Tea, coffee
11.00 – 11.05am: Welcome by Chair Ann Jones
11.05 – 11.45am: Charles Fountain
11.45 – 12.25pm: Andreas Rüthi
12.25 – 1.05pm: Charlotte Hodes
1.05 – 1.20pm: Morning session closing remarks
1.20pm – 2pm: Cinio / Lunch
Tickets need to be purchased in advance (£10) including a light lunch. Visit the gallery or call 01758 740763 to book a place.
Open Session in the afternoon from 2pm onwards
2pm Exhibition Openings
2.45 pm Open discussion with contributions from panelists and still life exhibiting artists led by Andreas Rüthi
3.45pm Closing remarks
Other related activities during the exhibitions period include children’s workshops in the Easter holidays and Feast, a special event with Lisa Krigel in April. Look out for details on our website www.oriel.org.uk
A Place on the Table
A Place on the Table is an exhibition of new work by Andreas Rüthi.
Still Life Settings
An exhibition by Andreas Rüthi and invited artists -
Sarah Carvell; Lynne Cartlidge; Sacha Craddock; James Guy Eccleston; Lara Davies; Dan Howard-Birt; Des Hughes; Moira Huntly; Lisa Krigel; Kevin Lincoln; Eleri Jones; Jeff McMillan; Wendy Murphy; Claire Langdown; Phil Nicol; Robert Pitwell; Lea Sautin; Helen Sear; Emrys Williams; Clare Woods.
Andreas Rüthi's exhibition and the seminar are supported by the Arts Council of Wales. We are also grateful to Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales for the loan of the Madryn punch bowl, to Gwynedd Council for the loan of ceramic pieces from the Gwynedd Collection and to several of Plas Glyn-y-Weddw's volunteers who have part of the project.