Wear your wellies, bring your brellas. We are in Wales after all!
Take a gentle stroll around our city and see some amazing artwork or join in with a walk or workshop! Here’s a round up of what to see and do!
See Gerard Whyman’s show, browse and buy photobooks (12-5pm) and round the day off with Alan Roderick’s Poetry evening (7pm) at The Cwtsh. Check out the window work at 50 Llanthewy Rd (Sarah Goodey), 70 Caerau Rd (Bill Chambers) and 24 Jones St (Nerd Goblin Art).
Drop in on Hill Street Studios from 10-5, join a workshop with Medicine Art and see the work of Rocio E Bucheli – visual arts and amazing picture frames. Check out Newport’s new skatepark in Friars Walk at No Comply – sign up for a zine making workshop there, shop the arts and gifts at Gallery 57, and see work from Kate Mercer (Camera Centre) and Alix Edwards (Diverse Vinyl) on Charles Street. Andrew Phillips is on show in the windows of Newport Credit Union (Skinner Street).
Opersonic host an Open Mic for young musicians 1-2.30pm at The Westgate Hotel Bar, with work in windows on Baneswell Road – Marion Cheung (Harding Evans Solicitors) and Dean Lewis (The Little Tap House). Ffoto Newport host a photography show by Martin Parr in Market Arcade – drop in from 1-4pm.
Join Aled Singleton for a walk around Newport Centre – Drifting Dock Street 2 – or mozy over to St Marks Church for a great group show and music from Julian Hayman at 3pm. On the way, check out Natasha Almieda’s work in Rogue Fox and Clive McCarthy’s paintings in Cellar Door. RJ Phillips are open for arts and homewares too.
As the afternoon draws in, join Maraga Palser for a shortfilms event (4-6pm) at Le Public Space and take yourself back to the Cwtsh for our prize draw and poetry evening! The Cellar Door hosts Mansel Davies from 8pm to round off the weekend.
The #AOTH2022 team would like to thank everyone who has taken part and supported us this year – share your pics from the weekend!
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