Our latest exhibition space -The Gallery - is the main venue for our regularly changing exhibition programme. With artists in residence spaces, a new cafe area and additional toilets, it is also available for hire.
The House hosts collections of work by established artists who are founder members of Mid Wales Arts and the permanent collection of Stefan Knapp.
The Gallery and Sculpture Park reopen 29th March ....make sure you come back soon and see what we have planned for 2020. Clubs and courses etc running as normal in the meantime, contact office: for bookings and information.
Mid Wales Arts Centre is home to a unique permanent collection of large scale enamels and sculptures by international artist Stefan Knapp and stone carvings by the late John Paddison. The gallery and sculpture park, set within the characterful house and beautiful gardens, holds changing exhibitions and events that promote and provide opportunities to artists living and working in Wales. MWAC is the home of Sculpture Cymru, the national association of sculptors in Wales. MWA also has a collection of Tengenenge sculpture from Zimbabwe.
As well as exhibitions and workshops, MWAC can also host your meetings and events in a gallery setting. Stylish residential en-suite B&B rooms are available on site.
Courses are run by professional artists in a supportive and friendly environment.
Enjoy walking in beautiful scenery and discovering over 100 extraordinary and varied pieces of original sculpture from Wales and Zimbabwe.
'Angela Thorpe: A Retrospective': celebrating Angela's 80th year. Angela has been making limited edition lithographs for 60 years, her subject matter draws on her personal responses to treasured moments and reflections on life, nature and literature, conveyed with her special sense of colour, pattern, narrative, wit, mystery and warmth. Angela is a master of stone lithography. She uses limestone blocks and a Victorian Gothic Stone press, making small editions. This exhibition will show examples from each period of her development, include some original blocks and will attempt to explain the processes used.
Owen Thorpe, master potter will also be exhibiting a complementary collection of ceramics.