Made In Roath

PhotoRenga Workshop

made-in-roathSunday 9th October

11am – 5pm

The MiR PhotoRenga will take place at 28 the Parade in Cardiff, an intriguing venue that was originally built by a shipping merchant at the height of Cardiff’s seafaring importance in the late 1800s and was latterly an education centre.  The building will house several new commissioned artworks by local artists and act as an exciting performance venue. As well as hosting the PhotoRenga workshop on Sunday 9 October, the venue will exhibit the works during the main festival weekend on 15/16 October.

 

Participants will start from the Made in Roath space at 28 The Parade, splitting up and taking photographs. After reviewing the images, one image from each person’s camera is chosen and passed on to another in the group. This image is used as the source or inspiration to produce a new set of photographs from which one image is selected… and so on…

 

The MiR PhotoRenga workshop will take place on Sunday 9 October 11am to 5pm.  Like last time, for the workshop, you will just need to bring:

  • a digital camera: any sort will do! A DSLR, digital compact or even a good quality cameraphone will be sufficient.
  • any leads for plugging the camera into a computer and an instruction manual if you have one (not essential, but always handy!).
  • a fresh memory card for your camera (or, at least, one with lots of space on it).
  • waterproof clothing! We will be outdoors, this time in a Welsh autumn…

The PhotoRenga workshops will enable the creative exploration of poetic forms through images and the sharing of visual responses that generate unique, collective, photo-based artworks.  The resulting PhotoRengas will be exhibited in The Parade courtyard space for the main Made in Roath festival weekend on 15/16 October.

If you would like to take part in the Made in Roath PhotoRenga please email Kate at Kate Woodward katemwoodward@gmail.com

http://www.xox.org.uk/renga/

Disability Rights UK

AGM and Conference 7 November 

disability-rights-ukThis all day event is open to members and non-members, with Disability Rights UK AGM and Conference on Equal participation for all – together we can be stronger

 

Come and debate how Disability Rights work together for equal participation:
bringing all our different experiences – of different impairments and health conditions, different regions, communities and more.

 

To book your place and to find out further information please visit:

http://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/news/2016/august/disability-rights-uk-agm-and-conference

 

Llanarth Group

Told By The Wind

told-11-bannerCo-Creators: Kaite O’Reilly

Jo Shapland , Phillip Zarrilli

Performers: Jo Shapland, Phillip Zarrilli

 

Told by the Wind is a performance of movement and text that ‘dances’ an inner landscape and invites the audience to enter an imaginative space of possibilities. Critics have described the performance as ‘hypnotic’, ‘contemplative’, ‘mesmerising,’ and ‘hauntingly poetic’.

 

Told by the Wind previewed at the Evora Portugese festival, premiered in the UK, and has toured internationally to Berlin, Chicago, Poland, and most recently Tokyo. The show was co-created by an interdisciplinary team of artists working internationally including award-winning playwright/dramaturg Kaite O’Reilly (Ted Hughes Award for New Works of Poetry for The Persians with National Theatre Wales), Jo Shapland (dancer/ choreographer/performance-maker) and performer Phillip Zarrilli (Artistic Director/Llanarth Group).

 

Small World Theatre, Bath House Road, Cardigan SA43 1JY

Sunday

October 9th  at 3pm

doors open 2.30pm

01239 615 952

http://smallworld.org.uk/events/category/live-events/

 

Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff CF5 1QE

Wednesday 12th October 7.30pm

Thursday 13th October 7.30pm

029 2030 4400

http://www.chapter.org/told-wind

 

Unfortunately the lift at Chapter is currently not working, they have posted this message on their website:

 

Our lift is currently out of service and will be back in working order by Fri 28 Oct. Until that time, access to the first floor and the Seligman Theatre is via the stairs only. If you, or one of your party, is unable to use the stairs, we would advise you not to book for performances in the Seligman Theatre during this period. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

 

People Dancing

New Website

people-dancingWith our web traffic stats having more than doubled, early indicators for the new-look People Dancing website have proved very positive.

The bolder, more image driven site has been designed for easier navigation, presenting all the latest People Dancing content in the key areas of developing dance practice, developing dance participation and membership services, including the facility to become a People Dancing member online.

So go to www.communitydance.org.uk for all of this, plus details on our online learning programmes, publications, courses and events listings, jobs news, funding opportunities and useful contacts and links.

Facebook:@communitydance
Twitter: @PeopleDancingUK
Instagram: people_dancing_uk

Carrie Francis

Timeline

carrie-francis25 years of practise

Exhibition runs until Thursday 29th September at

Art in the Attic, The Factory, Welsh Hills Works, Jenkin Street, Porth, Rhondda, CF39 9PP

Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm

Carrie will be at the gallery working on new pieces on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon 1-4pm

For further information please email:anneculverhousevans@valleyskids.org

 

Rubicon Dance

Autumn Term Classes

Rubicon Dance homeDance for Disabled Adults

1.15 – 2.15pm Monday, Tuesday and Friday

11am – 12 noon Thursday

Dance for Adults with high supportive needs

9.45 am – 10.35am Thursday

All the above classes take place at Rubicon

Dance for Adults with Learning Difficulties

10am – 12 noon Tuesday

At Park View Cafe, Cowbridge Road East, Cardiff.

 

For complete details of all courses please visit www.rubicondance.co.uk

Rubicon Dance, Nora Street, Adamsdown, Cardiff CF24 1ND

Tel: 029 2049 1477

Email: info@rubicondance.co.uk

Diverse Cymru

Rewriting the Script

diversecymru_colour1Join Diverse Cymru for engagement events with production companies, casting agencies, education providers, funders, diverse community organisations, and diverse talent to discuss changing working practises in film and TV to reflect the diverse talent in Wales.

Diverse Cymru have been funded by the Welsh Government Creative Industries sector team to carry out research into the barriers to diverse communities in the film and TV industries in Wales and solutions to address these barriers.

Join us one of our regional engagement events to:

  • Hear about what organisations are currently doing to improve diversity in film and TV
  • Hear individuals talk about their experiences working in – or getting into – the film and TV industries
  • Discuss the recommendations and how we can make diversity a reality by working together

We will be holding events at locations across Wales

  • Cardiff – Tuesday 18th October, 2pm to 5pm – University of South Wales (ATRiuM Building), 86-88 Adam St, Cardiff, CF24 2FN
  • Colwyn Bay – Thursday 20th October, 1pm to 4:30pm – TAPE Community Music and Film, Berthes Road, Old Colwyn Bay, Conwy, LL29 9SD
  • Carmarthen –  Friday 21st October, 1pm to 4:30pm – Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services, The Mount Centre, 18 Queen St, Carmarthen, SA31 1JT

Refreshments will be provided. Travel and access costs can be reimbursed if required.

To register for one of the events please email: ele.hicks@diverse.cymru or call Hannah Mason on 029 2036 8888