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Tabernacle Art Competition 2019

Until Thursday 5th September 2019

Over 250 people entered this year's competition, responding to the theme of History. The entries were judged by three artists, Angela Drinkwater-Lunn, Gareth Wyn Jones and Dorian Spencer Davies, and on Saturday 6th July we announced the winners. The selected works are on show in the Pulpit Room, Owen Owen Gallery and Bridge exhibition spaces until Thursday 5th September.

Please remember to come in and vote for your favourite work. The works with the highest number of votes at 4pm on Friday 23rd August will win the Ailsa Owen Memorial Prize (£850 for Adults and £100 for Under 18s).

Age 11 and Under Winner

Rowan Bedworth (age 7)
Red Bandits of Mawddwy
Paint & Crayon

Age 12-17 Winner

Swyn Hughes (age 17)
Tai Blaenau (Blaenau Houses)
Fabric

Adult 3rd Prize

Ruth Jên Evans
Hela'r Dryw (Hunting the Wren)
Linocut

Adult 2nd Prize

Natalie Chapman
She's a Crazy Old Bird
Acrylic

Adult 1st Prize

Wendy Murphy
Cofio (Remember)
Oil on Board




 

Read more about the winning Artists

B. E. Cole: Sea Gold - Aur y Môr

Until Saturday 31st August 2019

A fossil beach, sea creatures past and present; all around us is a wealth of flora and fauna which, as any beach-comber, sea-bather and walker of the coastal paths knows, can be devastated by ignorance and complacency. The seas feed us; the seas gave us life. The sculptures in this exhibition are built from recycled materials either as they were made or after they have been cast.

8 Days: To the Moon and Back

Saturday 20th July 2019 - 7pm

MOMA Machynlleth is proud to present an exclusive screening of a new BBC/PBS/Open University documentary made to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the first humans to land on the Moon.

8 Days’ tells the incredible story of that journey and the three astronauts – Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins – from blast off to splash down. Combining archive footage with brand-new reconstructions, 8 Days takes you inside the Apollo 11 story like never before, putting you in the capsule with the astronauts as they do the impossible and put a man on the Moon…

Watch the 8 Days trailer

The writer of the documentary, Philip Ralph, a local Machynlleth resident, will introduce the film and will offer a Q&A after the screening.

Free Admission
(Donations to support the work of MOMA Machynlleth will be gratefully received)

Upcoming exhibitions...

From Saturday 3rd August
Ag Cain: People, Posters, Places

From Saturday 3rd August
Clive Hicks-Jenkins: Hansel & Gretel

The Friends of the Tabernacle exists to support the Machynlleth Tabernacle Trust which runs MOMA Machynlleth, The Tabernacle and all its events. The role of the Friends is to raise funds and help in practical ways. All the work of the Friends is voluntary.

By joining The Friends you can contribute to maintaining the Tabernacle as an outstanding centre of the arts, whether you are local or a visitor. Friends receive regular newsletters on forthcoming exhibitions, talks,  and concerts.  Friends of all categories have a reduction on Festival season tickets, and invitations to social gatherings. 

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Out of Town membership     £10 per year
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