Oriel CRiC Gallery
New Year Show 2020 Paintings by Louella Gwillim
2019 Christmas exhibition
Autumn 2019 featuring Tony Tribe and Tim Rossiter
Spring Exhibition 2020
To support, exhibit and promote original and inspiring contemporary art and craft, the gallery presents a changing programme of 6 exhibitions per year by local and visiting artists and designer makers.
In keeping with its aim of promoting, celebrating and encouraging participation in the visual arts, the gallery has initiated an art trail of open studios and galleries which runs annually during the Spring Bank Holiday weekend. (29 - 31 May 2021) During this weekend the annual Open Art exhibition again promises to offer excitement, variety and great quality.
Other things to do...
Kevin Walker has been running navigation and hill-skills courses from Crickhowell since 1978, and offers a warm, Welsh welcome
A range of cycles to hire – suitable for all the family plus quality mountain bikes – perfect for cycling around Monmouthshire, the Brecon Beacons National Park and the surrounding areas
Llangorse Multi Activity Centre is Wales’ Premier Award Winning Indoor and Outdoor activity centre, set in the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park, Mid Wales!
The woodlands at Coed y Cerrig are very interesting, rich in its diversity of wildflowers and lower plants that need very different habitat types
New Two Screen Cinema, offering all the latest movies in comfortable surroundings on big, bright screens with Superb Dolby Digital Sound
Take a Walk in the Park! As a part of its annual programme of activities the Society organises guided walks in or close to the National Park every Friday, Saturday and Sunday
A wonderful small church hidden away in the hills with some surprises inside
Llangorse Multi Activity Centre is Wales’ Premier Award Winning Indoor and Outdoor activity centre, set in the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park
Romantic ruins, painted by JMW Turner amongst many others, in a breathtaking site – well worth the trip
A small mixed woodland not far outside Cwmdu village
Tretower Court & Castle, just 5 klms/3 miles north-west of Crickhowell, has been a site of occupation for 900 years. The older castle ruin stands in the grounds of the court, home to the influential Vaughan family
Bespoke hill and mountain walks to suit all ages and abilities.