Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2015

Coleg Cambria Welcomes Helfa Gelf 2015 for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Sep 19th, 2015

Coleg Cambria’s Regional Print Centre is taking part in this year’s North Wales’ Helfa Gelf Art Trail 2015 open studios.

The Centre, which is based at the Yale site in Wrexham, has already welcomed visitors as part of the month long project and has another open day planned for Saturday 19th September (11am-5pm).

The exhibition showcases artwork from a range of artists who are taking part in this year’s Helfa Gelf Art Trail which takes place throughout September across North Wales. All of the Artists involved are opening their studios to the public and visitors are welcome to drop in to see them at work.

Jim Creed, Regional Print Centre Coordinator said: “Helfa Gelf gives everyone a fantastic opportunity to visit the studio, meet Centre members, view artworks and possibly make a purchase. It also allows us to showcase our programme of events, which will help increase participation and the promotion of printmaking in Wrexham and North Wales.”

Ten artists from the Regional Print Centre are also exhibiting work as part of the Helfa Gelf group exhibition ‘Drysau ar Agor / Open Doors’ at Undegun which opened on Saturday 5th September 2015.

The Regional Print Centre is a joint project funded by Coleg Cambria and the Arts Council of Wales.

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