Throughout 2018 we celebrate reaching that milestone through a series of special exhibitions, projects and events. Some of these look back to 1978 and the development of the photography scene in Wales since then, others look forward to how the making and sharing of images will evolve in the next four decades. We also showcase the most exciting photographers and lens-based artists practising today, nationally and internationally.
A truly 21stcentury centre rooted in its local context, offering creative opportunity for people from all walks of life, whilst being outwardly focused and global in its reach and impact. We have submitted imaginative proposals to Cardiff Council to develop Roath Library into Ffotogallery’s new centre including a creative studio offering space and production facilities for local artists and designers.
2018 begins with Cardiff-based artist Dawn Woolley’s exhibition Consumed: Stilled Lives at Turner House, and Ffotogallery Presents… at The Gate, Roath, featuring work produced by Ffotogallery students over the past 18 months. We launch Ffotoview, a monthly showcase of Wales-based artists and Platform, an online project to help emerging photographers gain wider exposure.