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Heol Penrallt - Machynlleth
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Museum Of Modern Art , Wales
MOMA WALES (Museum Of Modern Art, Wales) has grown up alongside The Tabernacle, a former Wesleyan chapel which in 1986 reopened as a centre for the performing arts. MOMA WALES has six beautiful exhibition spaces which house, throughout the year, The Tabernacle Collection and Modern Welsh Art (Walesâ€™ top artists). Individual artists are spotlighted in a series of temporary exhibitions. In July workshops are given for adults and children, while in August expert judges and then the public choose the winners of the Tabernacle Art Competition.
Permanent Collection Highlights (4)
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The permanent collection held at MOMA Wales includes work from the following artists;
Ann Arnold, Graham Arnold, Glyn Baines, Iwan Bala, Martin Blundell, John Boydell Rogers, Mike Briscoe, Eleanor Brooks, Cefyn Burgess, Hugh Byars, Sue Cave, Roger Cecil, George Chapman, Martin Cheek, Martin Cheek/ Balraj Khanna, Jill Cope, Joe Cornish, Alistair Crawford, Ogwyn Davies, Pete Davis, Gerald Dewsbury, James Dickson Innes, Peter Dobson, Peter Edwards, Alun Evans, Cherryl Fountain, Donald Hamilton Fraser, Arthur Giardelli, Anthony Griffiths, Martin Howard Griffiths, Christopher Hall, Sean Harris, Gerard Hastings, Diana Heeks, William Henderson, Josef Herman, Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Clyde Holmes, Neale Howells, Malcolm Hughes, Bert Isaac, Augustus John, Aneurin Jones, Mihangel Arfor Jones, Balraj Khanna, Michael Kidd, Clive King, Myfanwy Kitchin, Helen Kozich, Alun Leach-Jones, Mervyn Levy, Mary Lloyd Jones, Polly Loxton, Marc (Mark Boxer), Paul Martinez-Frias, Angus McBean, Wyndham Lewis, Mary Lloyd Jones, Polly Loxton, Bernard Mitchell, Ann Arnold, Graham Arnold, Glyn Baines, Iwan Bala, Martin Blundell, John Boydell Rogers, Mike Briscoe, Eleanor Brooks, Cefyn Burgess, Hugh Byars, Sue Cave, Roger Cecil, George Chapman, Martin Cheek, Martin Cheek/ Balraj Khanna, Jill Cope, Joe Cornish, Alistair Crawford, Ogwyn Davies, Pete Davis, Gerald Dewsbury, James Dickson Innes, Peter Dobson, Peter Edwards, Alun Evans, Cherryl Fountain, Donald Hamilton Fraser, Arthur Giardelli, Anthony Griffiths, Martin Howard Griffiths, Christopher Hall, Sean Harris, Gerard Hastings, Diana Heeks, William Henderson, Josef Herman, Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Clyde Holmes, Neale Howells, Malcolm Hughes, Bert Isaac,...+ [ Read all ]
Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
Closed 23 - 26 December & 1 January
Museum internal and external photos (2)
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News and events
The Old Tannery Appeal
At least Â£ 500,000 NEEDED for the restoration of THE OLD TANNERY.
With the help of generous donations the Tabernacle Trust has been able to purchase The Old Tannery, a beautiful old building, adjacent to the Tabernacle and the MOMA WALES Art Galleries.
It is the intention to use the building for the permanent display of works from the Tabernacle Collection, such as the majestic portrait of William McElroy by Augustus John and Early Winter, the Nant Ffrancon Valley by Peter Prendergast. The Tannery will also provide much needed storage room.
Artists have donated works to raise funds for the Old Tannery Appeal: John Morley gave two wood engravings which already have been sold, and Sir Kyffin Williams donated a limited edition print of his painting Cottage (below). The print will be the prize in a raffle which will be drawn on Friday 22 December 2006 at the Friends Carol and Mince Pies Evening Concert.
The Old Tannery Appeal was launched at the Wigmore Hall on Friday 14 May 2004 by Robert Lloyd (Bass) and Julius Drake (Piano). Their performance of Schubertâ€™s Winterreise was a gift to the Appeal. Further funds were raised at a supper party with Julius Drake and the Dutch mezzo-soprano Christianne Stotijn after their very successful concert during the 2005 Machynlleth Festival.
Please give generously to the Old Tannery Appeal.
Cheques may be made out to The Machynlleth Tabernacle Trust.
19-26 August 2007
The Friends of The Tabernacle is an organisation devoted to supporting the aims of the Machynlleth Tabernacle Trust both financially and by helping at events. By becoming a member you can help to further these aims and also enjoy certain privileges, such as reductions in Season Ticket prices, and you can join in social events.
The Friends Membership Year runs from the 1st April to the 31st March. If you pay your first subscription after 1st December your membership will be valid until the 31st March in the succeeding year. It would greatly help us if you can pay us by Bankers Order. Please apply to the Treasurer for the appropriate form.
CATEGORIES OF MEMBERSHIP
Membership of Friends of The Tabernacle comes in four categories, and the privileges and concessions of membership apply to all:
Single Membership Â£18 per year
Joint/Family Membership Â£30 per year
Out of Town Membership Â£10 per year
Special Friends (Pensioners, Students, Unwaged and Juniors) Â£5 per year
Please choose the category that applies to you and send the completed details with your annual subscription to:
The Membership Secretary
The Friends of The Tabernacle