Divergent Contemporary Art
Damaged not Destroyed
25th April – 19th May 2019
An exhibition of painting, sound art, video art, photography, graphic design and installation art by Rainier Lericolais (France), Jules Nerbard (Madeira), Anne Sønsthagen (Norway), Mark Ingram (Wales), Susan Matthews (Wales) and Fi Latus (Wales). This exhibition explores how we may struggle through the experiences, challenges and traumas of life and triumph through adversity, persisting and recognising the warmth and compassion of humanity and the beauty of the world around us.
25th May – 29th June 2019
artwork by Members of Powys People First - Similarities and Differences
A Powys People First / Theatr Wildcats Collaboration
4th – 28th July
Retrospective of Sibanye - Brecon Welcomes the Zulus!
A group exhibition by local artists and photographers depicting memories from the 2017 Zulu visit to celebrate visit of King Goodwill in July 2019.
1st August – 1st September
Andrew Morton & Brecon Jazz Club - …and all that Jazz
Eclectic jazz paintings by Andrew Morton along with photography commissioned by Brecon Jazz Club entitled "Faces of Jazz": Brecon Jazz Festival enjoys both an international reputation and a local following for outstanding musicianship and swinging sounds. Every year since 1984 - that's 37 years now. In 2018, the organisers once again programmed their bijou festival offer around the diverse talents of musicians from Europe, South Africa, Cuba, UK and Wales, featuring young artists, different sounds, instruments and styles. Working with partner photographers Gena Davies, Denis Anguige and Bob Meyrick, the BJF team are proud to have captured some of the atmosphere and 'faces of jazz' of the 2018 concerts.