Exhibitions to see
Wil Rowlands exhibition at the Royal Cambrian Academy:
This is Wil’s first exhibition with the RCA since he was elected to it in 2017. Running until 27th April at the Cambrian Gallery in Conwy, the exhibition is called Erydu 2 (Erosion 2) and is well worth a visit. There are works for sale too.
Rhoscolyn artist, Huw Jones:
Vacant manor house filled with art:
An exhibition has been set up in an historic Anglesey house, Plas Bodfa, as part of the Anglesey Art Weeks – Open Studios and Galleries (see side bar). The multi disciplinary exhibiton, organised by Julie Upmeyer, features a vast range of art forms – performance and painting, collage and ceramics, skateboarding and singing, poetry and polyrhythmic drumming, fairy tales and photography, games and gramophones, sculpture and storytelling, re-enacments and a retroscope.
Rhoscolyn history & geology walk with Andy Short
Andy is running another of his very interesting walks around Rhoscolyn on Monday 22nd April – starting at the church at 10.00am. Here’s a link to the booking page on his web site:
Easter Service & Coffee Morning (from Edna):
Our Holy Communion service on Easter Day is at 10.30 am – to be led by Archdeacon Andy Herrick. All very welcome.
On Easter Monday, 22 April, we will hold our traditional Coffee Morning in the church hall – 10.30 am -l 12.30 pm; £3 for coffee/tea and a cake. Children free. We look forward to welcoming friends old and new to this popular village event. We will have various stalls and of course a raffle!
String Quartet Concert:
Thursday 30 May at 7.30 pm in St Gwenfaen’s church; £9 – to include a glass of prosecco and canapés after the concert. Tickets are now available from Susan (01407 860569) or Edna (01407 861388).