Adam Musitano and Luke Stone

CSAD Incubation Unit member and Fine Art graduate collaborate on ‘Lost Vegas Hotel’

Incubation Unit member Adam Musitano and recent Fine Art Graduate Luke Stone are showing a new collaborative piece at Tactile Bosch’s new event, Lost Vegas Hotel, in High Street, Cardiff, this weekend. Tactile Bosch is a collective of artists showcasing work from both overseas and local Welsh artists. For this year’s theme, ‘Lost Vegas Hotel’ where they will be creating an immersive dystopian, surreal, neon … Continue reading CSAD Incubation Unit member and Fine Art graduate collaborate on ‘Lost Vegas Hotel’

GREAT WALL OF COLLAGE: Cut & Paste Explore Project Exhibition

Second year CSAD students from a range of subject areas have been collaborating to create a giant wall of collage currently on display in the CSAD building, reflecting the work they made during a project entitled ‘Cut & Paste Explore’.  Module leader and lecturer James Green writes: “Collage surrounds us throughout our lives – when we watch films, see adverts on the way in to Art School, or scroll through … Continue reading GREAT WALL OF COLLAGE: Cut & Paste Explore Project Exhibition

Anna Rogers

BA Fine Art graduate Anna is Three Doors Up’s artist-in-residence

CSAD’s ABF Step Change Fellow Anna Rogers is the current Three Doors up artist-in-residence working on a site-specific installation at the Cardiff city centre gallery. Anna, who graduated from the Fine Art programme this summer, said: ‘It’s a great opportunity for me to develop my practice, but also a huge step out of my comfort zone. I’ll be making work in a public place, with … Continue reading BA Fine Art graduate Anna is Three Doors Up’s artist-in-residence

Venice Diaries: Efflorescence / Subflorescence by Gweni Llwyd

Gweni Llwyd is CSAD’s final new graduate taking part in the Arts Council of Wales Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Invigilator Plus programme, invigilating James Richards’ exhibit at the Wales Pavilion. ‘Salt is rotting the walls, eating the bricks, leaving a dusty residue on the terazzo and marble. ‘The foundations of Venetian buildings are immersed in sea water, causing a permanent capillary rise. Sea water is … Continue reading Venice Diaries: Efflorescence / Subflorescence by Gweni Llwyd

Venice Diaries: ‘Dreaming’ by Gweni Llwyd

CSAD’s latest new graduate from the Fine Art progamme to take part in the Arts Council of Wales Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus programme is Gweni Llwyd. Gweni is invigilating at James Richards’ exhibit at the Wales Pavilion and taking time to develop her own ideas and practice on her month in the city. Gweni has also just been appointed one of … Continue reading Venice Diaries: ‘Dreaming’ by Gweni Llwyd

Venice Diaries: ‘Freesa’ by Gweni Llwyd

CSAD’s last new graduate from the Fine Art progamme to take part in the Arts Council of Wales Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus programme is Gweni Llwyd. Gweni is invigilating at James Richards’ exhibit at the Wales Pavilion and taking time to develop her own ideas and practice on her month in the city. The Biennale closes on Sunday 26 November so … Continue reading Venice Diaries: ‘Freesa’ by Gweni Llwyd

Rat Trap Collective event this evening (Friday 17th Nov) at The Cathays Conservative Club

Rat Trap Collective are hosting their third event on Friday 17 November at The Cathays Conservative Club. Rat Trap is a Cardiff based, multi-platform collective of musicians and artists including CSAD graduates and students Carlota Nobrega, Daniel Pritchard, Ethan Hurst, Gweni Llwyd, Joel Hurst, Marianne Barry, Mark Hicken and Thomas Rees, hosting sporadic events across Cardiff. This project was developed from a unanimous vision to … Continue reading Rat Trap Collective event this evening (Friday 17th Nov) at The Cathays Conservative Club