The Anglesey Arts Weeks (AAW): Open Studios and Galleries Weeks promotes art on Anglesey by inviting painters, sculptors, photographers, film-makers, printmakers, installation artists and craft workers to open their studios to visitors for two weeks. Our popular handbook lists all the participants and includes a map to plan your visits and navigate the Island along with details of the free walking and sketching tours. The 2019 Guide can be downloaded from here. and hard copies will be at key places throughout the Island. For more information please call the Ucheldre Centre (01407 763361).

Anglesey Performing Arts Weeks 2019

The Anglesey Performing Arts Weeks (APAW) are running from Saturday 20 October – Sunday 4 November 2019. This year the APAW feature a wide selection of music for all tastes both for adult and family audiences alike. Information about activities during the weeks is available on this website and at

SeaThought 2019

SeaThought is an Anglesey Arts Forum Exhibition running alongside the Anglesey Performing Arts Weeks. The Exhibition is housed at Canolfan Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead. Running from Saturday 19 October to Sunday 10 of November 2019. Admission is Free.


Take the rare opportunity to see a large collection of current local artists work together within two exhibitions across the Island.

All artists who have opened their doors to the public this year are exhibiting a piece of their work at two locations across the Island – Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead from Saturday 30 March, and the David Hughes Centre in Beaumaris from Saturday 13 April.

Other galleries taking part with Anglesey Open Studios this year include Oriel Ynys Môn, Oriel Tegfryn Gallery, Oriel Glyn Davies, Janet Bell Gallery, Beaumaris Jewellery Studio, H’artworks Gallery, Canolfan Beaumaris, Eden Emporium, The Old School Gallery and Caffi Siop Mechell.

For more information about these exhibitions and galleries or to find them please explore our website, have a look at the guide or phone Ucheldre Centre 01407 763361



We continue with previous year’s free walking tours. These have proved very popular by combining visits to artists’ studios with enroute insights into the landscape and history, which inspire many of our artists. This year’s outdoor programme of popular walks and sketching tours is expanded to include a phone film-making walk and a cycle tour. Instruction is given on sketching and filming walks, which are therefore suitable for both beginners and the experienced.

Further details under the Events Tab.

TOUR 1 – WEDNESDAY 28 MARCH 2018:A sketching, and local interest walk with artist Christine Garwood and Guide Caroline Bateson, commencing at Christine’s Studio.

TOUR 2-FRIDAY 30 MARCH 2018:A studio walk with Guide Kath Thomas commencing at Penmon Priory carpark, and linking the nearby artists’ studios.

TOUR 3-SATURDAY 31 MARCH 2018: A smart phone film making, and local interest walk to South Stack and back with film maker Angharad Parry and Guide Caroline Bateson commencing at The Holyhead Maritime Museum.

TOUR 4-MONDAY 2 APRIL 2018:A studio and landscape walk with Guide Kath Thomas commencing at Beach Car Park Porth Trecastell, and linking artists in Rhosneigr area.

TOUR 5-SATURDAY 7 APRIL 2018:A sketching, and local interest walk in the Porth Eilian and Point Lynas area with artist Christine Garwood and Guide Caroline Bateson commencing at the WI Hall, Llaneilian.

TOUR 6-SUNDAY, 8 APRIL 2018:A cycling guided tour of the local area linking artist studios. Further details later.

Please contact the Ucheldre Centre on 01407 763361 or to book. Booking limited to one tour for 2 people with a reserve list in case of vacancies. All walks leave at 10.30am and return at 3pm. Further details provided on booking.

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A copy of the 2017 Guide can be downloaded here.

Additions and unavoidable alterations to the Guide will be posted to the website or call the Ucheldre Centre (01407 763361). We welcome feedback either via forms at venues or on our website.