Blwyddyn Newydd Dda Casnewydd🎉 Happy new year everyone – for all those other late starters to 2019, we thought we’d kick off by announcing dates for this year’s event. We hope to see you there! And as ever, diolch to everyone who has supported and shared with AOTH as it’s grown – you make this what it is 🙌 Thank you! Celebratory high-fives all round.
We’re still looking for feedback from last year’s event in November, so if you wanted to send any comments orideas to help shape#AOTH2019in the future, please email:firstname.lastname@example.org
On Monday 10th December 2018 we’re holding informal drop-in sessions to hear about your experiences from this year’s Art On The Hill. Just like last year, we’re looking feedback from everyone involved to look at how we can develop this event – artists, venues organisers and audience members all welcome!
Diolch Casnewydd – Thank you Newport for coming out and supporting the arts across the city this weekend. We’re still gathering numbers of how many people visited exactly, but from everyone involved, it’s been incredible.
This event would be nothing without the contribution of everyone taking part – a huge shout out to all the artists who shared, the venues who hosted, and all those who came.
Be sure to tag, share and tweet what you got up to this weekend – we’d love to see what you found interesting! And if you would like to give us any feedback on this weekend to help develop next year’s event, please feel free to contact email@example.com
Any updates or new announcement will be shared via this website as well as our social media channels.
It’s finally arrived – Art On The Hill 2018 kicks off this week across Newport, bringing together over 60 artists from all mediums across 24 different domestic and cultural venues on the west side of the city.
This years artists include (but not limited to):
Alan Roderick, Aled Rheon, Andrea Carney, Andrew Narowsky, Antony Carter, Ariel Serotonin Jones, Barbara & Bonnie Hawkins, Barrie J. Morgan, Carl Butcher, Carpet – Spoken Word, CONSUMERSMITH, Conor Elliott, Cwtsh Creative Writers, Dai Howell, Dean Lewis, Dino Rovaretti, Eamon Sweeney, Ella Wilding, Ellen Roberts, Emily Baker-Bartlett, Ffion Trefor, FUGLY ARTS SOCIETY, Gemma Bartlett, Gwent Arts in Health, Ian Lynn Palmer, Ilana Held, Jay Steward, John Briggs, Jon Pountney, John Crerar, John McCarthy, Jon Pountney, Jonathan Sherwood, Julian Hayman, Julian Meek, Justin Teddy Cliffe, Leigh Davis, Linda Kieft, Liz Baker-Bartlett, Lucie Sheridan, Llamau, Kate Mercer, Kate Woodward, Katie Batchelor, Marega Palser, Martin Sotelano, Meg Bateman, Melanie Wall, Myrig Watkins, Newport Photomarathon, Newport Writers Group, Newport Youth Service, Operasonic (with Rhian Hutchings & Kirsten Evans), Patricia Clifford, Patrick Sullivan, Pauline Price, Philip Morgan, Phoenix Film Club, Poddington Moore, Rebecca Lewis, Redzip, Rhian Davie, Rhys Jones, Ron McCormick, Rory Coughlan-Allen, Sadie Tovey, Sarah Featherstone, Sarah Goodey, Sebastian Bruno, Siop a Sariad, Stephanie Roberts, Stephen Hammett, Steve George Jones, TEMMAH, Tin Shed Theatre Co., The Abstract Man, Valeria Medici and Will Killeen.
As always, this event would not be possible without the generosity of everyone involved. Huge thanks go to Matt Jarrett and Vaughan Jordan from Diverse Vinyl who designed this years print, and to Tom and Matt from A-Print who went above and beyond to deliver this material on time. And of course – thank you to Will Green (owner of Rogue Fox Coffee House) who designed the original logo for Art On The Hill, as well as all of last year’s artwork in 2017.
Look out for posters in all the venues taking part in this event. For downloadable PDF-versions of our maps, event listings and venue information take a look at the relevant pages on our website.
PLEASE NOTE: All information was correct at time of publication. Please check our Facebook page for any real-time updates or changes to the programme.
Looking forward to seeing you around Newport next weekend!
Arts on the Hill Newport is a weekend of art and creativity on the west side of Newport featuring open houses, a swell as organised events and exhibitions. Artists can open their homes to share their work or work with partner venues and organisations to show in other places.
AOTH encourages residents of and visitors to Newport to engage with local artists and to give our partner venues and organisations an opportunity to showcase their activities and programmes over the weekend.
For a reminder of last years #AOTH2017 – see this article from the South Wales Argus website:
There’s room for all art forms with events over the weekend to be included on a printed trail map that will be available from partner venues from mid November.
Each venue showing work is the responsibility of the artist / resident to supervise and curate within boundaries that they themselves are comfortable with. You can elect to be open for a specific period within that time frame, but you must commit to the times you advertise.
You can see the area that we are focusing on for the Arts Trail is below. We will include venues that are outside of this area under the umbrella of ‘Elsewhere in Newport’. We will be asking for a participant and/or partner contribution towards print costs.
Register your interest by MONDAY 15th OCTOBER 2018 to take part in #AOTH2018 using the attached form and returning it to: firstname.lastname@example.org