Channel / 31 Jan 2022

January Newsletter

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Invisible Britain - This Separated Isle

Currently exhibiting at the gallery is Paul Sng’s Invisible Britain - This Separated Isle. Featuring 33 photographers from around the UK, this must-see exhibition explores how concepts of Britishness reveal an inclusive range of opinions and understandings about our national character.

The exhibition will be available to view until Saturday 19th February.
Our opening times are Wednesday - Saturday, 12 - 5pm.

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© Roland Ramanan

Exhibition Closing Weekend - 18-19 February

To celebrate Invisible Britain at Ffotogallery, we’ll be holding a series of free events from 18th - 19th February. There'll be film screenings, panel discussions, a book signing with Paul Sng and more!

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Now Live: Virtual Exhibition Tours

You can now view the virtual tours of exhibitions Green Dark by Zillah Bowes, and Motherland by Maryam Wahid. These exhibitions were shown last year here at Ffotogallery, and we’re happy to say that you can still enjoy them, from wherever you may be in the world!

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Kickstart Interviews

Six months ago we welcomed a number of kickstarters to the team, working with us on and throughout Diffusion 2021, and some are still here with us until mid-February!

Every few days we’ll be sharing our Kickstart Interviews with you, showing you some of the behind-the-scene workings of Ffotogallery. This week, we spoke to Liliana, our Exhibitions and Events Assistant.

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In case you missed it...

Ffotogallery has recently announced Siân Addicott as its new Director. Siân will join us at the beginning of April from her current role at Head of Undergraduate Photography at University of Wales Trinity St. Davids.

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Book of the month

Our current exhibition's accompanying book can be purchased at the gallery, or via the link below!

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You might also be interested in:

Pinhole Photography: with Justin Quinnell

Joining us at Ffotogallery on the evening of Thursday 24 Feb, Justin will be presenting a talk on Pinhole Photography.
24 February, 6 - 8pm

Book Release: Pembrokeshire by David Willson

Now in its third edition, this book includes more than 50 full-page photographs of the Pembrokeshire cost and countryside in black and white, capturing a unique look at the county throughout the seasons.

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Generations at The RPS

Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors, open now at RPS Gallery, marks Holocaust Memorial Day and brings together over 50 contemporary portraits of Holocaust survivors and their families.
RPS, Bristol
27 January - 27 March

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Welsh Short Film Night

On March 11th, we will be hosting a series of short films from Welsh artists and producers. There will be popcorn, refreshments, and an evening filled with engaging art; we can’t wait!
11 March, 6 - 9pm