A big thanks to everyone who came along to support Punk Forever at Bangor Museum.
The exhibition now moves on to make its debut in Scotland at the Rothes Halls, Glenrothes, Fife from 7th June until 15th July. We hope to see you there for what promises to be a great time.
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Watch a short film - made for the exhibition at Bangor Museum - about
Punk Forever will be showing in the Rothes Halls' new gallery, Fifespace, for six weeks between 7th June and 15th July 2010. Check back soon for details of the events which will be taking place to complement Punk Forever.
Rob Thomas joins Rhys Mwyn at the Punk Forever exhibition at Bangor museum to talk about punk art and the music scene which inspired it, from 1976 until the present day (audio clip)
Gerrion recently appeared on BBC Radio Wales' Evening Show to talk about Punk Forever. Just click play to listen.
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Thursday 4 February 2010 (time to be confirmed)
Welsh language event 'Hawl i Holi' with C2 Radio Cymru. Lisa Gwilym presents Rhys Harris with Y Trwynau Coch, plus other acts to be confirmed.
Thursday 11 February, 7pm
Lecture by Jamie Reid. For more about Jamie visit the Artists page.
Thursday 18 February, 6.30 – 7.30pm
Q and A session with Viv Albertine (Slits). Followed by a gig with Viv Albertine and Patrick Jones at the Blue Sky Cafe at 8pm. Tickets £8 (with a discount for those attending the Q and A session at the Gallery).
Check out the latest press articles for details of the grand opening of Punk Forever on 15th January:
North Wales Chronicle (14th January)
The opening of Punk Forever at Bangor Museum was featured on S4C's Wedi7 on 15th January and featured live music from Mike Peters (The Alarm) and Henry Priestman (The Christians) as well as an interview with Rhys Mwyn.
Download the flyer and poster for the Punk Forever exhibition which is being held at Bangor Museum from 16th January-20th February 2010.
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