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Visual Culture of South Wales since 1910

By Ceri Thomas

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A series of videos presented by the Curator of the University of South Wales Art Collection, Dr Ceri Thomas, and selected collection exhibitors. The collection’s gallery, Oriel y Bont, presents a rolling programme of stimulating, educational exhibitions based on the university collection and ‘visiting’ artworks by artists who have been, or still are, engaged with the visual culture of modern and contemporary South Wales. The history of art in Wales, and of Welsh art in particular, is still a relatively new phenomenon which has only really begun to grow since the advent of Welsh devolution in the late 1990s. This chronology applies to the development of collections of modern and contemporary Welsh art in Wales, including the collection at the University, which focuses on the visual culture of South Wales region over the last century. The University’s collection mainly consists of paintings and works on paper but it also has some examples of fine art photography, ceramics and metal and wood sculpture. Key artists include Ernest Zobole, Ken Elias, John Selway and Joan Baker. You can find more information on our Art Collection and its history in the downloadable pdf entitled 'USW Art Collection'. The University of South Wales (USW) was formed in April 2013 by the merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport. As one of Britain’s most exciting new universities and a major player in higher education, the University is among the top 10 campus universities in the UK by student number and attracts a cosmopolitan mix of students from 120 countries. With over 30,000 students across five campuses, it was rated top for student support in the Times Higher Education Awards 2012. Note: some items in this collection may have been originally published on iTunes U by the University of Glamorgan.