In Deluge, artist Karen Ingham uses Swansea Bay sea water and Cornish copper to explore the inundation which could happen to areas of South Wales at risk from flooding if climate change warms the world by just 3 degrees
Glynn Vivian is delighted to be exhibiting Yinka Shonibare MBE's powerful work, End of Empire, which explores themes of conflict, empire and migration in the centenary year of the end of the First World War.
Swansea based artists Philip Cheater, Kathryn Anne-Trussler, Amy Goldring, Tom Morris, Eifion Sven-Myer & Ann Jordan have created a series of artworks responding to the Brangwyn Hall Panels in Swansea.
'Remembering our Heroes' is an exhibition of eight panels giving an overview of some of the First World War heroes from Swansea and Neath Port Talbot who displayed exceptional bravery and were honored in return with medals.
40 artists respond to the Swansea Museum collection and Now the Hero themed activities by creating a multi-media exhibition trail. Contemporary responses will be situated among the artefacts investigating memory, loss and our seemingly never-ending behavioural cycle of war and destruction.