Due to the current Covid-19 situation my exhibition (Dragons Warriors Dreigiau Rufelwyr) which was due to start next week at Cynon Valley Museum in Aberdare has been postponed for the foreseeable future, but the museum has kindly granted me permission to do a digital takeover event on the 4th April on their website and social media accounts. The day will be focused on my photography exhibition of the Homeless World Cup which took place in Cardiff last summer.
I will also be making available an online 3D showcase gallery for the 3 weeks that the physical exhibition would have been on, from 3rd April to 24th April.
The title of the exhibition “Dragons Warriors – Dreigiau Rufelwyr” is taken from Welsh actor Michael Sheen’s passionate speech in the opening ceremony “Our men’s and women’s teams are known as the dragons and the warriors. But you are all warriors. And now warriors become dragons. I urge you this week to spread your dragon wings wide. To take off into our Welsh skies. And proudly. To fly. Dragons and warriors all. Welcome to Wales.”
To make the exhibition possible I’ve been running a Crowdfunder campaign to raise money towards it and for homeless charities associated with the project.