Oriel Wrecsam is the premier venue for Contemporary Visual and Applied Arts in North East Wales. We are in the process of developing a clearer strategy for the arts in Wrexham.
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We are particularly interested in people who may wish to be involved in artist-led projects, private view, research gathering and invigilating duties.
In return you have the opportunity to gain experience of a contemporary art gallery, introductions to contemporary art exhibitions and skills that may enhance your CV.
All opportunities will involve engagement with the public and a full enhanced DBS check will be carried out. We welcome interest from all sections of the community.
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There is a café located within the building.
We have a number of rooms available to hire for meetings or events. Please contact Oriel Wrecsam for more information
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Tel: 01978 292093
Monday – Wednesday & Friday 9:30am – 6:45pm
Thursday 12:00pm – 6:45pm
Saturday 9:30am – 4:00pm
Monday – Friday 9:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm
General admission is free
Oriel Wrecsam is our premier visual and applied art venue. It is our intention to develop our programme over the next 5 years to broaden our visitor experience of the arts in Wrexham.
The focus for programming at Oriel Wrecsam will be on Drawing, Print and Graphic-based work in the widest possible sense. We are keen to work with artists on projects that relate to us in some way. We provide a platform for contemporary visual art but we want to extend our offer to become a creative hub including performance, music, and other events.
We’d love artists to experiment with us and to engage with individuals and communities in innovative, exciting and sometimes challenging ways. It is our aim to become a focus for a vibrant and stimulating cultural scene in the region.
We present 6 exhibitions per year in our main gallery space, showing Welsh and international contemporary art. We also work closely with emerging artists and are committed to supporting the development of new work. Entry to our exhibitions is free.