Tuesday, 16 May 2017

thank you and a late spring break

On Saturday we closed our third exhibition, "deep place" by Helen Clifford and Gail Howard of madeinroath. We'd like to thank them for all their hard work putting together the strange and beautiful installation "deep place"! For those of you who didn't get the chance to see it, we have posted images on facebook and our website, and we'll be adding more soon.

And in other news, we'll be away a little longer than usual between exhibitions this month, as we're taking a short - and perhaps - belated spring break. It's been an intense and busy start to the 76m2 project in Pontypool, so we'll be having the week off to relax and recap before we start preparations for the next exhibition.

We'll be back in early June (around the 6th) with our 4th exhibition, the details of which we'll be announcing closer to the opening date, and for now you can keep an eye on our facebookblog and twitter for updates.. or you can visit our website where you can read more about all our previous exhibitions.

Finally, we'd just like to thank everyone who have come to the exhibitions so far, and for making us feel so welcome in town!

All the best,
Dafydd & Zosia


Tuesday, 2 May 2017

May Day at 76m2

Afternoon everyone,

We'd just like to share a few photos from yesterday's May Day/International Workers' Day celebrations at the 76m2 with our guest madeinroath artists Helen Clifford & Gail Howard and Welsh folk dancers Gwerinwyr Gwent. A big thanks to everyone who spent the afternoon with us, we had a wonderful time! Helen and Gail have now extended their "deep place" installation, adding pieces inspired by Pontypool's Japanware - you can see them in 76m2 till the 13th of May.


You can find some more photos from Gwerinwyr Gwent's performance on our Facebook page.

Make sure you go and see one of their free performances when you're in the area - there's one coming up on the 13th of May in Newport's Tredegar House