Future Exhibitions

Philip Huckin


2 February to 6 April 2019
Pulpit Room

This is the second time that Philip has exhibited in MOMA Machynlleth. The exhibition will include work completed for the book ‘Ysbryd Ystrad Fflur’, a collaboration with the Welsh poet Cyril Jones, the archaeologist Professor David Austin and the Welsh cultural historian Rhiannon Jones, together with work drawn from the Ceredigion landscape.

Culture Colony

Interventions 2019

2 February to 27 April 2019
Owen Owen Gallery, Bridge, Tannery Gallery & Sculpture Space

Artists will be encouraged to experiment and develop their practice. The boundaries between the studio and the gallery will be blurred as artists take this opportunity to investigate their own work and show alongside the other exciting artists taking part in this intervention.

The works on show from over 20 artists will include paintings, sculpture, installation, video and performance. Artists will be exhibiting from between 2 to 6 weeks each, ensuring a vibrant and continually evolving experience for both artists and visitors. Expect the unexpected.

Past Winners of the Tabernacle Art Competition

9 March to 4 May 2019
Foyer Gallery

Since 1993 the Tabernacle Art Competition has been a regular fixture of MOMA Machynlleth’s exhibition programme. For this exhibition we have invited past winners to exhibit new work.

Tabernacle Collection


9 March to 4 May 2019
Ruralist Room

This exhibition includes portraits and figures from the Tabernacle Collection. There is an astonishing variety of styles and methods.

Theo Crutchley-Mack

The Lost Whaling Stations of the Sub-Antarctic

13 April to 22 June 2019
Pulpit Room

Theo Crutchley-Mack was invited to be artist in residence on the island of South Georgia which lies 900 miles southeast of the Falklands in the Sub-Antarctic. The island is home to the forgotten Whaling Industries active throughout the 19th century; clearly evident in the sizeable stations scattered along the coastline in ruin. Theo strives to record the obscure landscape, often abandoned and remote. Located over 7500 miles from home, these industrial landscapes were an idyllic inspiration to begin his most ambitious series of paintings to date.