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For Adults & Young People

Guided Tours

Daily 2.30pm

Live Guides will be available every day to offer FREE guided highlight tours of the exhibition as well as talking to individuals about the work and answering questions. Book on arrival. Meet in the Main Hall.

Lunchtime Talks

A series of FREE lunchtime talks at 1.05pm. Duration — 40 mins. Book on arrival at the Information desk.

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For Families

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For Educational Groups

Educational Groups can book into special workshops and/or specially arranged group tours to explore the content and some of the themes of the exhibition. Advance booking essential. Please call (029) 2057 3240 / 3278.

Artes Mundi is generously supported by the Welsh Assembly Government, Cardiff Council, Arts Council of Wales, BBC Wales, BT, the Derek Williams Trust, National Museums Wales, Wales Arts International, Wales Tourist Board, Welsh Development Agency and the Western Mail.

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