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Unique in Wales, this cultural haven is owned and run by an independent charitable trust, is largely self financing and attracts well in excess of 100,000 annual visitors.
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Our art storage facilities have been significantly improved through the installation of a new museum grade mobile racking system coupled with air conditioning and secondary glazing for environmental control.
Visitors are now invited to view the works of the Gallery's artists in storage (which can be up to 200 pieces) as they are easily accessible and can be viewed on the new racking system.
A digital screen has also been installed in each museum room allowing visitors to browse digitised old photographs, video interviews, films and documents.
A dimmable track lighting system has been installed in the new Madryn Room, enabling us to keep the light within the required levels for the display of portraits.
Full Day ticket allows entry to all five sessions: , , ,  and .
The Earth’s population is expected to grow to 9.7 billion over the next 33 years, and that’s a huge exponential growth rate. All in all, it adds up to a lot of mouths to feed, especially when you consider the vast hunger issues that certain parts of the world face today.This portrait was restored in recent years thanks to funding support from the Friends of Plas Glyn-y-weddw.Another former office, now called the ‘Ap Tomos Room’, is devoted to the history of the house from 1939 to the present day, with special focus on the Dafydd and Gwyneth ap Tomos era, the couple who saved Plas Glyn-y-Weddw from dereliction when they purchased the Plas in 1979.How can this be done both sustainably and reliably without destroying our planet? Or is it more important to sort out distribution networks, develop new technological solutions to keeping food fresh, and cut down on waste?Denis Murphy is Professor of biotechnology at University of South Wales, Helen Woodfield is a lecturer at Cardiff University's School of Biosciences and Graham Brookes is an agricultural economist. Global meat consumption is on an unhealthy trajectory.It can be taking a few animal cells, feeding them nutrients, growing them in to meat and allowing them to self-renew indefinitely; or taking the fish out of fishing by helping fish cells to multiply in a brewery-like environment to create fish fillets.