4 Nov–23 Jan
Wednesday - Saturday, 11am - 5pm. (Closed from 20th December 2020 – 5 January 2021 for Christmas and New Year.)
As Wales emerges from a challenging first eight months of the pandemic, Ffotogallery re-opens its doors on 4 December with an exhibition that presents a more optimistic view of our nation’s future. Many Voices, One Nation 2 features the work of twelve talented photographers working in Wales today. The exhibition captures the richness and diversity of the nation’s geography, culture and society, at a time of great uncertainty and upheaval.
During Lockdown, Ffotogallery invited photography professionals from around Wales to nominate photographers, students and artists whose work offers insights into contemporary life and represents the breadth of Welsh talent that deserves wider exposure. Twelve artists were selected from across Wales, reflecting a wide range of subjects and different approaches to photography. David Drake, Ffotogallery’s Director explains:
“Through the exhibition and in Ffotogallery’s future work, we want to make sure that we value the role people from all parts of our society play in creating a vibrant Wales. We know that the arts in Wales will be stronger, more exciting and relevant to more people if we embrace diversity. We actively encourage public participation and audience engagement with the issues arising from the exhibition”.
The exhibition has been made possible through the support from the Arts Council of Wales’ Cultural Recovery Fund, which has also enabled Ffotogallery to make its gallery Covid-safe and welcoming for visitors.
The Many Voices, One Nation programme began life as a touring exhibition developed as a collaboration between Ffotogallery and the Senedd/Welsh Parliament, which marked 20 years of devolution in Wales.
The gallery is fully COVID compliant. Face masks should be worn at all times within the building unless the wearer is exempt, and hand sanitiser is available throughout. We encourage visitors to download the NHS COVID-19 App and scan the QR code as you enter the gallery.
If you have any queries about visiting, then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 029 2034 1667.