Partner Activity



Carwyn Evans
4 October – 13 December 2014

G39, Oxford St, CF24 3DT

As the official launch of the Cardiff Contemporary festival, g39 is pleased to present UDO, a substantial new body of work by Carwyn Evans. Carwyn's sculptural work has resulted from the overlaying of two contrasting cultures – that of agriculture and high-couture. Translating from Welsh as ‘howl’, udo is an animal cry, a verb, an action of direct expression. Expect a contrasting landscape of earth, smell, perfume, decadence, dread, desire and disgust.

Read more +

Outcasting Fourth Wall

25 September – 1 November 2014

Further locations to be revealed…

Outcasting: Fourth Wall (O:4W) is the first artists’ moving image festival for Cardiff, Wales. O:4W aims to take artists’ moving image to a wider public through a number of different platforms, venues and opportunities both virtual and physical using traditional screenings, installations and site specific commissions.

Featured artists include David Blandy, Richard Bowers, Alison Crocetta, Barnaby Dicker & Thomas Goddard, Heloise Godfrey-Talbot, Laura Reeves and Alan Warburton.

Read more +


15 – 22 October 2014

Venues throughout Roath

For one week in October Roath will once again be transformed into an arena of artist led activity, including performances, film shows, poetry readings, open houses and studios, music events, participatory activities, radio shows, art installations as well as a multitude of other events. madeinroath gives the opportunity for Roath residents and visitors to join together in a week long celebration of creativity and participation.

Featured artists include Homer Sykes, Beth Greenhalgh, Helene Roberts, Ellie Young, Tim Bromage, Karl Price, Richard Powell, Mike Tooby, The Modern Alchemists, Jennie Savage, Ben Connors, James Green, Alan Goulbourne and Clare Charles and Iwan Bala and Angharad Jenkins. 

Read more +


24 October 2014 – 22 February 2015

Artes Mundi, a major international contemporary art exhibition and the UK’s biggest art prize, returns bringing some of the world’s most pioneering artists to the National Museum Cardiff, Chapter and Ffotogallery. This must-see exhibition features groundbreaking work including film installations, sculpture, painting and performance.

Artist Mundi 6 shortlisted artists are Carlos Bunga (National Museum Cardiff), Omer Fast (National Museum Cardiff), Theaster Gates (National Museum Cardiff), Sharon Lockhart (National Museum Cardiff), Renata Lucas (National Museum Cardiff), Sanja Iveković (Ffotogallery), Ragnar Kjartansson (Ffotogallery), Karen Mirza and Brad Butler (Chapter) and Renzo Martens (Chapter).

Read more +

Made By Hand

31 October – 2 November 2014

Cardiff City Hall, King Edward VII Ave, Cathays Park CF10 3ND

Opening Times
Friday 10am – 4pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm

Adult daily ticket £6, concession £5

Adult Super Saver Weekend Ticket £11, concessions £9

Made by Hand is the largest and finest contemporary craft fair to be held in Wales and brings together exceptional craftwork from award-winning makers from all over Wales and the UK. 135 makers were hand picked by a panel of industry experts including makers of jewellery, ceramic, furniture, textile, glass, silver, fashion and many more.

Read more +

Experimentica14: Co-Existence Has Never Been Easy

5 – 9 November 2014

Chapter, Market Road, Canton, CF5 1QE

5 day Festival pass: £25.00
1 day pass: £10.00
Individual event pass: £5.00 

Experimentica hosts a dynamic programme of live art, performance and interdisciplinary projects and offers a significant platform for UK and international artists to produce or introduce their work. This year’s festival takes its title from the 2009 science fiction thriller ‘District 9’ (directed by Neill Blomkamp), a multi-layered allegory that explores our attitudes to outsiders. The title is not a theme but rather a starting point in which participants can explore how we co-exist.

Read more +

‘What is a Place?’

Welsh School of Architecture
From 3 November 2014

Locations to be revealed...

Students from the Welsh School of Architecture have designed and constructed installations throughout the city centre to explore the ways in which the perceptions, emotions and behaviour of people – the general public - are influenced by their immediate environment.

Read more +