The Workers Gallery has a reputation for exhibiting engaging and challenging work that pushes the boundaries of what a small contemporary gallery is expected to show.
NOW ON: Featured exhibitions plus selected work by resident artists Gayle Rogers and Chris Williams
alongside work by other artists, designers, makers graphic novelists and comic artists. A selection of letterpress art, handmade furniture, lovespoons, ceramics, reproduction prints, original paintings and osters are also available to browse and buy.
Schedule changes to exhibitions may occur & opening hours may vary at certain times of the year.
Please contact us for up to date opening hours or to arrange a visit.
JANUARY TEArrific, FEBRUARY-MARCH ART & SPORTING HISTORY, MARCH-MAY PALETTE FOR LIVING - New Welsh Design by CHRIS WILLIAMS, MAY-JULY ALL IS NOT WELL - Experimental comics about care with Cardiff University, JULY-AUGUST ARTIST RESIDENCIES
AUGUST-SEPTEMBER MYFANWY TRISTRAM - WORD ON THE STREET/PROTEST COMICS (more details to follow) SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL SHOWCASE, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER TBC + SEASONAL GROUP SHOW
Terrified & Curious by Dale Evans, Funny Little World Lorna Cabble, Unlost Places II by Maria Lalic, You, Me & Cold War Steve 2021 by Cold War Steve, She Brought Him Flowers by Gayle Rogers, The Bluebirds by Bartosz Nowicki, Welcome to More of the Same by Victoria Gretchen Carter, Delweddau Anghofio/Forgotten Images by Stephen Inkpen, Paper Dolls by Melanie Honebone, Lockdown 2020 through a 6 year old's eyes by Megan Wood, COLLECTIVE: An Evolving Exhibition Rhian Herbert, Melanie Honebone, Gayle Rogers, Kevin Sinnott & Chris Williams, A ROAD TO CHANGE Big Draw Festival Drawing Project Community Exhibition, led by Gayle Rogers & ADLAIS/ECHO Tracey Leonard & Lucy Jane Purrington, VIRTUAL SHOW HERE Small Town Inertia by Jim Mortram, Ynyshir, 25 Mile Radius by David Hurn, Self Worth Portraits - various artists & photographers.