CASW

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CASWCassette Data Write
CASWCouncil for the Advancement of Science Writing
CASWCanadian Association of Social Workers
CASWChoral Arts Society of Washington (Washington, DC)
CASWCanadian Agricultural Safety Week
CASWContemporary Art Society for Wales
CASWcontamination of air, soil and water
CASWChildren's Arts and Sciences Workshop, Inc.
CASWCommunity Administrative Support Worker
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But for the last 75 years, the Contemporary Art Society for Wales has been buying paintings and sculptures produced by Welsh artists to go on public display.
In presenting the new purchases to the organisations, vice-chairman Dr Chris Evans said: "It has been challenging but most of all exciting and enriching, not only in the searching and finding of works but in witnessing the artists' commitment, passion, skill and sheer hard work." * Artist: Roger Moss * Title of work: Skin * Recipient: National Museum Cardiff The only sculpture in the latest collection offered by the Contemporary Art Society for Wales is by internationally renowned artist, Roger Moss.
His work is represented in many public and private collections, including National Museum Wales, the National Library of Wales and The Contemporary Art Society for Wales. He was elected a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy in 1992.
The artist responds to the landscape, sky and light @ Ffin y Parc, Llanrwst, until tomorrow LAMPETER The 2011 Welsh Quilt Exhibition @ Jen Jones Quilt Centre until October 29 LLANARTHNE Blowing in the Wind is a solo show by Sue Arrowsmith @ National Botanic Garden of Wales until July 31 LLANDEILO An exhibition of work by father and son artists Aneurin and Meirion Jones @ Fountain Fine Art until June 24 LLANDUDNO Ffotogallery's touring show, The Silent Witness, and the new installation Custodian by Marged Pendrell @ Oriel Mostyn until June 25 MACHYNLLETH The Contemporary Art Society for Wales was founded in 1937 "to foster and promote the maintenance, improvement and development of artistic taste and the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the arts among the people of Wales".
Her work is in numerous public and private collections, including the National Museum of Wales; the Contemporary Art Society for Wales; the Victoria and Albert Museum; Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; New Hall, Cambridge and the British Arts Council.
This is the first solo exhibition from the silversmith, whose work explores the shape shifting rhythms and patterns of light, line and atmosphere of the mountainous area of the Brecon beacons, where she lives @ Mission Gallery until May 16 Making An Impression from the Contemporary Art Society For Wales features original contemporary prints from Wales @ Dylan Thomas Centre until May 3 Strangeland is a collaborative project undertaken by Swansea-based mixed media artist Paul Hughes and Newport-based photographer Mansel Davies @ Swansea Grand Theatre until April 26
The project is funded by The National Library of Wales, the Arts Council of Wales, the Contemporary Art Society for Wales and the Welsh Group.
These include the National Museum of Wales, the National Library of Wales and the Contemporary Art Society for Wales. He was elected a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy in 1992.
His works are currently found in the Tate Gallery, London, the Contemporary Art Society for Wales, the British Museum, London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the European Parliament Collection to name a few.
Sponsored by the Contemporary Art Society for Wales, this is the fourth series of free lectures and will also feature documentary photographer and academic, Pete Davies, and art historians Tony Curtis and Peter Lord.
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