3rd August – 3rd September

  • 2023 0613 20413600
  • 2023 0614 20584000
  • 2023 0611 23242600
  • 2023 0613 20461100

tactileBOSCH and Cadw present, a group exhibition reflecting on Welsh heritage and collective ritual through a contemporary lens.

Agora brings together artists from across Wales whose work responds to themes of heritage, ritual and the land.  An innovative approach to making and showcasing new artwork that celebrates tradition and powerfully expresses the potential that places hold. 
This exhibition takes the Agora  [The gathering place] as the inspiration for new methods of radical cultural exchange.
With a focus on Welsh heritage, folklore, language and natural abundance this show is rooted in sustainability, diversity and the desire to nourish our personal and cultural connections to Wales. This exhibition showcases new work by a range of contemporary artists as well as documenting recent collaborative work made on location at Cadw heritage sites.
Artists: Abi Hubbard, Beth Greenhalgh, Catrin Davies, Catrin Menai, Clare Parry Jones, Dan Johnson, Dominique Fester, Fern Thomas, Ffion Reynolds, George Myers, Georgia Ruth, Rhiannon Gwyn, Gwenno, Jen Abell, John Abell, Katie Turnbull, Lewis Prosser, Manon Awst, Molly Harcombe, Pam Rose Cott, Peter Evans, Sarah Boulton, Sean Vicary, Teddy Hunter, Tess Wood.

Images: Peter Evans.

Events & Workshops

stone club


20th August, 2pm, Penarth Cemetery Chapel

TactileBOSCH and Cadw present ‘Congregate’, An afternoon of talks,  performance, and sound to accompany the exhibition at Penarth Cemetery Chapel.

This event is free but ticketed.

arushagallery john abell twins 2020

John Abell Print Making Workshop

16th August, 10-4pm

Join artist John Abell at The Turner House for a workshop in lino printing. Working from drawings, observation, imagination, history, texts. Creating lino cut and print around the current Agora install.

This workshop is Free, supported by Arts Council Wales

2023 0611 23242600

Iris Murray clay workshop.
8th August 12 till 4pm

Join artist Iris Murray and Build your own tiny home. A workshop and conversation on what it means to have a sense of home, belonging and welsh identity with a sustainable future.

Workshop is free, supported by Arts Council Wales

The Turner House
cadw logo 1
arts council wales logo