Tŷ Pawb and some of the UK’s most iconic art galleries join forces for the ‘Portraits of the People’ exhibition. Specifically, the project will celebrate this year’s unheralded champions of the arts sector.
Tŷ Pawb Portraits of the People Exhibition – Overview
The unique online exhibition from The National Lottery is a showcase for leading photographer Chris Floyd. It will show how he has particularly captured 13 powerful and poignant portraits.
The collection celebrates the remarkable individuals across the UK who continue to work tirelessly through the pandemic. They have subsequently brought creativity, enjoyment and enrichment through the arts to people in new ways.
Exhibition partners include The National Portrait Gallery, The MAC Belfast and The British Film Institute. They also feature The National Museum Wales, Summerhall (Edinburgh), The IKON Gallery (Birmingham), Ruthin Crafts Centre and The Photographers’ Gallery (London).
To view the full collection, click here.
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About Tŷ Pawb
Tŷ Pawb is a cultural community resource, bringing together arts and markets within the same footprint. In addition, this coexistence celebrates the significance of markets within Wrexham’s cultural heritage and identity.
They offer a space for dialogue around subjects, including social and civic issues. Tŷ Pawb also feature the environment, health, cultural identity, sustainability and education.
In conclusion, they present a contemporary programme of welcoming and inclusive exhibitions, socially engaged projects and live performance. Moreover, the programme emphasises skills and craft. They also work with emerging and established artists from all backgrounds.
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Many thanks to Ales Dusa for the amazing photo (not in the Tŷ Pawb exhibition) – available on Unsplash.