The Cloisters Gallery

The new Cloister area has greatly enhanced the facilities available at the Cathedral. The Refectory and Cloister Gallery are situated in St Maryís Hall and complement each other, offering good food and interesting exhibitions in a beautiful setting. Both are open throughout the year.

The Gallery occupies an area of the building which is light and uplifting. The pale colours of the ancient architecture and stylish simplicity of the new are a perfect backdrop to exhibitions of all sorts. The Gallery provides a showcase for high quality arts and crafts in a year round changing programme. This includes work from both Pembrokeshire artists and those from further afield whose work is inspired by this area or related in spirit.

Amongst recent exhibitions we have featured ceramics, oil paintings, scenic photography, pen and ink prints, metal work and textiles.

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Cloister Gallery Exhibitions 2018

13th March to 26th March
St Davids and Dewisland Historical Society

27th March to 9th April
Arts and Crafts

10th April to 23rd April
Kersten Howard

24th April to 7th May
Pembrokeshire Craft Makers

8th May to 21st May
Triple Vision

22nd May to 4th June
Audrey Johns

5th June to 18th June
Arts and Crafts

19th June to 2nd July
Summer Collective

3rd July to 16th July
Deborah Withey

17th July to 30th July
Heather Bennett and Maria Jones
Impressions of Pembrokeshire

31st July to 13th August
Andrew Bailey

14th August to 27th August
Dafydd Wyn Richards

28th August to 10th September

11th September to 24th September
Arts and Crafts

25th September to 8th October
Arts and Crafts

9th October to 22nd October
Ros Evans

23rd October to 5th November
Riitta Sinkkonen Davies

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