Fountain Fine Art – A commercial fine art gallery, specialising in contemporary Welsh art.
The Dragon’s Garden – Beautiful Inexpensive Fair Trade Gifts From Around the World.
Saturday April 29th at 11am at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
Poetry Reading with Dominic Williams and Anthony Jones
Poet, performer and publisher Dominic Williams reads from “And Why We Are All Going”
and Anthony Jones from “Episodes and Fragments”
Y beirdd a’r perfforwyr Dominic Williams a Anthony Jones yn darllen eu gwaith.
Saturday April 29th at 12 noon at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
Jean Gill: “On the Other Hand” Left-handed or right-handed, left-brained or right-brained? – a talk for teens
Are your friends left-handed or right-handed? Left-brained or right-brained? What difference does it make? Jean Gill reads from her book ‘On The Other Hand’ for teenagers aged 12 – 15.
Ar y llaw arall? Jean Gill yn darllen ei nofel I blant, am fod yn llaw chwith, 12-15 oed,
Saturday, 29th April , 1 pm at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
We proudly present a late addition to the programme, an event of particular local interest: “Murder at the Star”, a book which examines an unresolved murder in Garnant, a Welsh mining village near Ammanford, Carmarthenshire.
Steve Adams, local journalist and Seren author, will be talking murder, coal and missing fingers.
He’ll give a short talk, read from the book and then take questions.
Rydym yn falch i gyflwyno ychwanegiad hwyr i’r rhaglen, digwyddiad o ddiddordeb arbennig i’r gymuned sef “Murder at the Star”, llyfr sy’n archwilio llofruddiaeth yn Garnant, pentref glofaol ger Rhydaman, na chafodd ei datrys. Bydd Steve Adams, newyddiadurwr ac awdur lleol, yn trafod llofruddiaeth, glo a bysedd coll. Yn dilyn araith fer a darlleniadau o’r llyfr bydd yn barod i dderbyn cwestiynau.
Saturday April 29th at 2pm at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
Phil Cope: The Arts of Haitian Vodou
Admission is Free The arts of Haitian Vodou
Photographer Phil Cope shares his insights on this fascinating subject in an illustrated talk and with actual religious artefacts used in Vodou ceremonies.
Darlith am grefydd a diwylliant Vodou.
Saturday April 29th at 3pm at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
Booklaunch and reading from “African August” by Christoph Fischer
Admission is Free Book Launch
Author Christoph Fischer launches his latest novel and reads from African August, a blend of travel adventure, thriller and reflection on the limits of outsider intervention. All proceeds will go to M-Lisada Org. Kampala, a charity supporting street children in Uganda.
Lawnsio nofel gan Christoph Fischer, Africa August, er budd elusen plant stryd yn Uganda.
Saturday April 29th at 4pm at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
Phil Carradice reads from his new young adult novel Star Gazers
Admission is Free Star Gazers
Phil Carradice reads from Star Gazers, his latest novel for young adults. In the Middle East, Yaniv yearns for adventure, so he welcomes the chance to escort some star gazers on a mysterious journey. But what are they really looking for?
Darlleniad o nofel ddiweddaraf Phil, Star Gazers, stori am daith antur llawn dirgelwch yn y Dwyrain Canol.
Sunday April 30th at 12 noon at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
Kate Murray: “Writing my way out of dyslexia”
Admission is Free Kate Murray: Writing My Way Out of Dyslexia
Kate was told she would never write and at the age of twenty-four she was diagnosed with dyslexia. Suddenly the world of the written word opened its door to her. Now Kate is writing her way out of dyslexia and will tell her story and advise others to do the same.
Er bod Kate Murray yn dyslexic, mae’i wedi ymroi I ysgrifennu yn greadigol er gwaethaf hynny. Dyma gyfle I glywed ei gwaith.
Sunday April 30th at 1pm at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
Jo Hammond talks about women explorers
Admission is Free Wilderness and Paradise
Jo Hammond talks about the passionate and eccentric women of the last two centuries who explored the Arabian deserts, defying notions of dependence and domesticity.
Sesiwn ddifyr am wragedd dewr a heriodd confensiynau y cyfnod a’r drefn, drwy grwydro Arabia anghysbell.
Sunday April 30th at 2pm at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
TippingPoint: Climate Change and the Stories We Tell
Exploring the power of narrative in helping us come to terms with climate change.
Three commissioned authors, Justina Hart, Darragh Martin and David Thorpe, discuss their work in the belief that humans respond to stories more than facts.
Bydd sesiwn yn trafod newid hinsawdd drwy ysgrifennu creadigol.
Odes to Art / Cerdd am gelf
Orielau Mimosa & Fountain Fine Art Galleries
An opportunity to walk around the art galleries and appreciate the work of poets inspired by some of the talented artists shown at Mimosa and Fountain Fine Art Galleries. More information to come
Cyfle i werthfawrogi cerddi a ysbrydolwyd gan gelf y ddwy oriel drwy gydol yr wythnos. Manylion i ddod.