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Welcome to Pen'rallt Gallery Bookshop. It's our blend of bookshop and gallery space to inspire you. We host events too, sociable author readings and talks, photographers' gallery talks and exhibition openings. Our regular series of workshops, from life writing and fiction to poetry, will help to uncover the writer in you too.
We're pretty proud of it and our ever growing number of customers appreciate it too. So, why not have a look around our site which we'll be developing further, or call in.
OUR FORTHCOMING EVENTS - PART OF OUR FAY GODWIN EXHIBITIONS PROJECT CURATED FOR MOMA MACHYNLLETH
THE GHOST ROAD - TALK - 12noon - 1pm - 1 MARCH, ST DAVID'S DAY with MIKE PARKER - The author of Mapping the Roads, Map Addict, The Wild Rover and Real Powys, will take us on a imaginary journey along the tracks, paths and roads that have shifted in and out of focus over generations, and look at the stories they tell us.
VENUE: MOMA - NO NEED TO BOOK - JUST TURN UP - FREE, OR GIVE A DONATION TO MOMA
FAY GODWIN DAY EVENT - 10.30AM - 3.30PM, 11 MARCH - with the exclusive film preview 'DON'T FENCE ME IN ' - made by Charles Mapleston and Dr. Libby Horner of Malachite Films Ltd. during what turned out to be the final five years of Fay Godwin's life.
FILM & DAY EVENT - 11 March 2017
A day of talks, film, discussion and homage to British landscape photographer, walker and campaigner, Fay Godwin (1931 – 2005).
Including Don't Fence Me In* – an exclusive film preview, gallery talk, lecture and panel with photographers: Peter Cattrell, Pete Davis, Marian Delyth (chair); Film-maker: Charles Mapleston; Fay Godwin archivist: Dr Geraldine Alexander, writer and map addict, Mike Parker.
*Don't Fence Me In, (2017) is directed by Charles Mapleston, produced by Malachite Films, provides an entire career perspective, made with the enthusiastic co-operation of Fay Godwin, filming throughout what turned out to be the last five years of the photographer's life. It provides a focus for a day dedicated to the work of Fay Godwin - 11 March 2017, MOMA Machynlleth