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AN exhibition by Aberystwyth Printmakers is hosted at Aberystwyth Arts Centre until June 25. All works were created to a brief that they must be no larger than A4 size. Details ? A TALK examining nine centuries of Welsh encounters with Islam will be given by Welsh author and poet Dr Grahame Davies at the National Library of Wales, Aberyswyth, at 1.15pm on June 8. It coincides with the library's exhibition of one of the original surviving first editions of the King James Bible. Entry to the talk, The Dragon and the Cresent, is free. Details 01970 632 800,

? WYOMING-born singer and songwriter Jeb Loy Nichols has an exhibition of prints at Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw, Llanbedrog, Pwllheli, until June 19. After living in Texas, New York and London, the musician moved to Wales in 2000. With partner Loraine Morley he set about reclaiming ten acres of neglected scrub land and renovating a barn. His expressive art work is for sale. Details at ? AN exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of the group Quilt Art, will be held at Rhyl Library from June 11-August 13. The group has worked to develop the quilt as an artistic medium and promote its recognition as a contemporary art form in the UK and abroad. Today the 20 members come from Britain, Ireland, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Hungary and the United States. A rigorous selection procedure ensures high technical and artistic standards. Details ? THE work of Llandudno based artist Maurice Greenwood goes on show at the Royal Cambrian Academy, Conwy, from tomorrow until June 26. His impressionistic landscapes often depict farmers or industrialists at work. Details, 01492 593413.


A Gini Wade print at Aberyswyth
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 27, 2011
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