Tuesday, 24 March 2020

latest exhibition update

Evening everyone,

We have one more update for you. Due to the Covid-19 situation, Hafod Deg Resource Centre in Rhymney will now most probably be closed either completely, or only open as a food bank, so "just one more stop, then home" is now postponed until further notice. We'll have updates for you soon regarding the ways in which we'll share the work of our artists online. 

We hope you are all staying safe and taking a good care of yourselves and your loved ones. 

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

exhibition updates

Dear all,

Considering the current Covid-19 situation, we have an update regarding our exhibition plans for the nearest future. Unfortunately, we've had to postpone Voshida Truong's exhibition in Fochriw Community Centre until further notice. 

The Market Hall Cinema in Brynmawr has had to close, so we will be waiting for its re-opening and for now, here are a few more images from Voshida's exhibition there.

"just one more stop, then home" is still on in Rhymney's Hafod Deg Resource Centre, as the centre provides vital services to the local community such as benefits and citizens' advice, as well as a food bank, so for now it will remain open to the public.

In the meantime, we'll be looking at ways to present our artists' work to you in an alternative form and we'll have updates on that soon.

Take care and stay safe!

Zosia & Dafydd 

Saturday, 14 March 2020

"just one more stop, then home" in Rhymney

Hello everyone,

Last week, we closed "just one more stop, then home" in Fochriw Community Centre - a big thanks to everyone who came to see it!


The exhibition will now run from Monday the 16th of March till April the 15th 


Hafod Deg is open Monday to Friday, 9 to 16; however, due to the current situation with Covid-19, this might change, so keep your eyes peeled for updates. We hope you're all well and taking steps to stay healthy!

Monday, 9 March 2020

"Sai Gon, a dream" in the Market Hall Cinema

Evening everyone,

Voshida Truong's exhibition is on till the end of this week in Brynmawr's Market Hall Cinema, before it'll be moved to Fochriw Community Centre. We'd like to remind you that you can see the exhibition in the Cinema foyer free of charge, as well as view a selection of images from the show on Market Hall's screen before each film (you can see it even if you're not planning to see a film, just ask the staff and they'll let you in). 

You can find Voshida's work on Instagram and his blog.