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Eija-Liisa Ahtila is a visual artist and skilled film maker who produces photographs and video or film installations that fill and subvert gallery spaces. She combines the objectivity of a documentary maker with the imaginary visualisations of a psychologist. She describes her films as ‘human dramas’. Details of daily living, accounts of surreal activities and evidence of states of mind meld visually into works which are enhanced by the cinematic and televisual qualities of the media she uses.
Leatherback turtles in Wales? Never! Nature Detectives and An Evening with the Stars are just three of the events on offer with Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales during Science Week this year between 11-19 March. There is something for everyone!
This Friday (24 February) is Work Your Proper Hours Day, so why not take a proper lunch hour and spend it at Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales’ National Museum Cardiff?
A series of lunchtime talks has been organized at National Museum Cardiff to complement the Artes Mundi exhibition, currently showing at the Museum.
On 24 January, National Museum Cardiff hosts a lecture as part of the launch of the Earth Science Education Forum (Cymru), a major new initiative to coordinate the interests and works of all relevant groups interested in promoting Earth Science education throughout Wales.
Do we understand enough about biodiversity? In a special interactive exhibition at the National Museum Cardiff, come to find out why we need biodiversity and how it can help us face today’s challenges, such as climate change and feeding the world.