Oriel Sycharth Gallery
An artistic setting
Situated on the first floor of the University’s main building, the Oriel Sycharth Gallery’s large open space is a great venue for receptions, social and private events.
This highly versatile space works just as well as a venue for product launches and meetings as for talks and lectures.
Its function as the home of a year-round programme of group and solo art exhibitions highlighting the work of local, national and international artists, makes it a unique setting that’s sure to impress.
The large landing area outside the Gallery’s entrance is the perfect location for serving drinks and canapés.
Its close vicinity to other University facilities such as the William Aston Hall makes it ideal as a plenary space for conferences.
You can find out more information about the Oriel Sycharth Gallery's exhibitions and events on its website.
What’s in a name?
The Oriel Sycharth Gallery is named after the ancient motte and bailey castle and town Llansilin, Powys, that was the home of the Welsh hero Owain Glyndŵr, from whom the University takes its name.
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