SHIFT began in September 2018.
An experiment with collaborative time & space.
Formed & maintained by an evolving group of artists.
SHIFT is a multidisciplinary artist led, collaborative arts space.
Sharing space for production, research & development, performance and exhibitions.
Offering peer to peer support for artists
to develop their artistic practice.
SHIFT is focused on supporting artists who work within
experimental performance, sound, installation
& moving image.
Supported by https://www.axisweb.org vacant space project. https://www.axisweb.org/films/2019/capitol-spaces/
SHIFT’S main entrance is located externally of the capitol centre. On the corner of Queens street, Queens street train station end, opposite Sainsbury’s, next door to Cafe Nero. More detail below.
DIRECTIONS BY CAR
Due to current Cardiff Council Road Closures access from Newport Road and Dumfries Place is restricted-Please use SAT NAV CF10 2HH via Adam Street.
The simplest route from the M4 motorway is to exit at Junction 32 sign posted Cardiff North. Join the A470 and follow signs for dual carriageway to Cardiff and city centre.
Car park & load-in bay address: North Edward Street, Cardiff, CF10 2HH.
Cardiff Bus and Coach Station is ideally located for your trip to the city centre. It has excellent local bus services along with regular and fast coach links from all parts of the UK. Visit www.cardiffbus.com, call 0292 0666444 or National Express Enquiries on 0870 5808080.
BY PARK & RIDE
There are three Park & Ride sites on the outskirts of Cardiff and nore Information can be found here –www.cardiff.gov.uk/ENG/resident/Parking-roads-and-travel/Parking-in-Cardiff/park-and-ride/Pages/default.aspx. One of the stops/pick up points is just a few yards from the shopping centre.
The Capitol is just a 10 minute stroll from Cardiff Central Rail Station. Call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50 or visit: www.nationalrail.co.uk
Cycling can be one of the quickest and easiest ways to get around Cardiff. The historic Taff Trail cycle path runs North to South along the banks of the river Taff, linking Castell Coch, the city centre, Cardiff Castle, the National Museum of Wales and Cardiff Bay.