Birth of poet Dylan Thomas celebrated with major exhibition in Ely
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Ely’s Stained Glass Museum is playing host to a major exhibition of works inspired by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.
Entitled Harmony, the exhibition was organised to mark 100 years since the birth of the great poet and began in Swansea before touring Cardiff and London.
Harmony will be at the museum, in Ely Cathedral, until June 4.
A spokesman for the Stained Glass Museum said: “Artists worldwide were invited to submit glass panels in response to the word harmony.
“It was and curated by the University of Wales Trinity St David supported by the British Society of Master Glass Painters. We are delighted that, after touring Swansea, Cardiff and London, the Harmony exhibition will be on display at in Ely.”
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The exhibition features works from, among others, Joanne Blaylock, Catherine Brown, Marion Davies and Maria Fagan.
For more information, contact the museum on 01353 660347.
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