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Monday 8th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Tuesday 9th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Wednesday 10th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Thursday 11th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Centenary Lecture – ‘Towards a Better Union: Past, Present and Post Brexit prospects for the UK’

In a keynote address entitled ‘Towards a Better Union: Past, Present and Post Brexit prospects for the UK’, Carwyn Jones AM will analyse the challenges posed by the UK’s departure from the European Union. Admission is free and tickets for the lecture are available online at Tocyn.Cymru.

When: 5:00 - 6:30pm | Where: Main Hall, Department of International Politics, Penglais Campus | Contact: Dr Jan Ruzicka - jlr@aber.ac.uk

Friday 12th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Saturday 13th October

Open Day

Explore our campus and facilities and get to know what makes Aberystwyth the best in Wales for student satisfaction. Attending our Open Day will allow you to visit departments, speak to lecturers, view accommodation and explore the town.

Register today!

When: 9:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Aberystwyth University | Contact: openday@aber.ac.uk / 01970622065

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).
Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth SY23 2AU | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Monday 15th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Tuesday 16th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Wednesday 17th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Thursday 18th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Friday 19th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Saturday 20th October

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).
Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth SY23 2AU | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

The Pumpkin Hack

The family workshop from 12-4pm is aimed at children aged 6–12 years old and their parents, and will offer families the opportunity to combine creative flair with learning programming and circuit design skills. The workshop is free of charge, however registration is required as places are limited.

When: 12:00 - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth SY23 2AX | Contact: Aberystwyth Robotics Club

Monday 22nd October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Tuesday 23rd October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Wednesday 24th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Thursday 25th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

David Trotter Memorial Lecture

Dr Laura Wright from the University of Cambridge will deliver the third David Trotter Memorial Lecture. A Reader in English Language, Dr Wright will lecture on ‘A Christmas tradition that you will probably not wish to revive. All are welcome to attend.

Further information.

When: 6:00 - 7:15pm | Where: Seddon Room, Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth, SY23 2AX | Contact: modernlangs@aber.ac.uk

Friday 26th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Saturday 27th October

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).
Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth SY23 2AU | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Monday 29th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Tuesday 30th October

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Thursday 1st November

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Friday 2nd November

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Monday 5th November

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Tuesday 6th November

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Wednesday 7th November

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Thursday 8th November

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Friday 9th November

David Ferry: The Ruin of Picturesque Britain

Outdated picture guidebooks that portray an idealized landscape are the raw material for David Ferry’s artworks.The pictorial books that Ferry uses are found in high-street charity shops. Slightly battered and discarded by their former owners, they show a Britain before the decline of recent decades. 

When: 10:00am - 5:00pm | Where: School of Art Gallery & Museum, Buarth, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG | Contact: Tel: 01970 622461 Email: museum@aber.ac.uk

Saturday 10th November

Open Day

Explore our campus and facilities and get to know what makes Aberystwyth the best in Wales for student satisfaction. Attending our Open Day will allow you to visit departments, speak to lecturers, view accommodation and explore the town.

Register today!

When: 9:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Aberystwyth University | Contact: openday@aber.ac.uk / 01970 622065

Saturday 1st December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).
Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth SY23 2AU | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Monday 3rd December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).

Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Tuesday 4th December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).

Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Wednesday 5th December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).

Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Thursday 6th December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).

Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Friday 7th December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).

Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Saturday 8th December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).
Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth SY23 2AU | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Monday 10th December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).

Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

Tuesday 11th December

Exhibition: Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings

This exhibition is open Monday–Saturday, 10am–4pm (21 September - 11 December 2018).

Free admission.

Further information

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm | Where: Old College, King Street, Aberystwyth | Contact: oldcollege@aber.ac.uk

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