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SEE THIS What's on in N.Wales galleries.

. LLANGOLLEN'S Quiltfest fair, is underway with exhibtions around the town. Among them is Made in Wales at the Royal International Pavilion, including work by one of Britain's finest quilters, DeAnne Hartwell Jones. Also showing are two concurrent displays at Llangollen Musem, Carved in Cloth and Trees, until February 28. In addition Miniatures by Sandra Goldsborough can be seen at Y Caban, Plas Newydd, and there is a Quiltfest trading day, with many items for sale on February 13 at the International Pavilion Gallery from 10am to 4pm.

Details quiltfest.org.uk . MILITARY Researcher Peter Stubbs is among those who will be holding exhibitions at Wrexham Histories Fair over today and tomorrow at Glyndwer University and other venues in Wrexham. The Peter Stubbs exhibition will feature documents and memorabilia relating to Wrexham and district during the Great War. There will also be exhibitions by Wrexham Heritage Forum, Clwyd Powys Archaeological Trust, Glyndwer University history department and several local history societies. Details 01978 298383, wrexhamstory.co.uk. PATRICIA Hopwell's feltwork inspired by the sea and coastal life continues at Venue Cymru, Llandudno until February 28. Her pieces are loosely woven, fine gossamer drifts of cloth, fine lace and silk from her early days as a lingerie designer. She sometimes uses fine steel in her woven pieces, and has included in this exhibition felt vessels inspired by pottery from ancient Celtic and Beaker archaeological sources. Details venuecymru.co.uk. ARTWORK including collage and prints by pupils of Alun High School, Mold, inspired by Gaudi and Cubism, is exhibited at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold, from February 9 until March 7.

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Date:Feb 4, 2011
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