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Project Ten launches latest exhibition in “pop-up” venue

No Place Like Home by Debbie Smyth features in the Winter #2 exhibition

One of Cardiff’s most innovative galleries, Project Ten, is set to “pop-up” in the Castle Arcade on 1 December.

Project Ten’s latest pop-up exhibition, Winter #2, is set across two floors and promises to push the boundaries art in South Wales.

Winter #2 comprises a diverse selection of artistic media. It showcases the inter-disciplinary talents of Welsh-based artists, including painter Menna Angharad and award-winning designer Jess Jones.

Project Ten plays an integral role in the growth of Cardiff’s burgeoning arts scene. Indeed, its curator, Cat Gardiner, says, “We provide a much needed commercial and professional platform for contemporary artists and designers with a Welsh connection.”

The exhibition launches Thursday 1 December, from 6 – 8pm, and continues until 23 December. 

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