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CYFOES: Contemporary Welsh Art

CYFOES: Contemporary Welsh Art

A new exhibition celebrating Welsh contemporary art from the National Library of Wales’ collections.

 28.10.23 – 23.3.24

 Gregynog Gallery


The Journey for Peace

The Journey for Peace

A special opportunity to see the Welsh Women's Peace Petition signed by almost 400,000 women, which has returned to Wales after a century in the United States.

May 2023 – February 2024

Upper Central Hall

Treasures

Treasures

A permanent exhibition of valuable, rare, old, beautiful or iconic treasures from the Library’s collections.

Permanent

Hengwrt


Reflection: Black History Month

Reflection: Black History Month

An opportunity to see some items from the Library's collection celebrating Black history through the themes of music, art, education, empire and campaigns.

Peniarth

Faadi / The Living Room

Faadi / The Living Room

An intergenerational photography and fashion project sharing intimate family settings within Somali Welsh homes.

 Upper Central Hall


Guidelines regarding taking photographs at NLW Exhibitions

  • Taking photographs in the galleries is allowed for personal, non-commercial use only. However, the Library reserves the right, at times, not to allow photography for reasons of rights, safety and taste.
  • Each exhibition will have clear signage noting whether or not photography is allowed.
  • Cameras and mobile phones are allowed.
  • Flash photography is not allowed.
  • Tripods are not allowed.
  • It is the visitor’s responsibility not to infringe any laws relating to rights.

Food and Drink

Please be aware that food and drink are not allowed in the Library's exhibition areas.