Would you like to promote a class or creative activity that you’re leading or involved with between 17th and 25th March?
Get Creative Festival is an annual event celebrating the creative activity that is going on in our communities all the time. During the festival, free, or minimal cost creative activities are put on right across the UK to encourage people to ‘have a go’
The Get Creative Festival is encouraging creative groups / workshop leaders to offer free or minimal cost taster sessions to new participants next week. It’s fine to list a regular class, just as long as you can offer next week’s session as a free or minimal cost ‘taster’ session.
If you would like to be part of the festival, all you need to do is list your event on the website.
And if you would like to try a new creative activity visit the website to see what’s on offer near you!
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Meet the Print Maker
Tara Dean with Andrew & James Story (Swondonkey)
Booking essential, to book:
Oriel Wrecsam in partnership with the Regional Print Centre
Join us for an evening of discussion and demonstrations with artists’ Tara Dean and Print Making duo Swondonkey, AKA James and Andrew Story
This thought-provoking discussion will highlight the practice unique to each artist. You will have the opportunity to learn the techniques, to hear more about their practice and to own your very own print *
10% discount on all prints for attendees during the evening
*Selection of prints available on CollectorPlan
The Turtle Trials and the free children’s workshops and sharings they are running in Bethesda, Holyhead and Wrexham (suitable for ages 4-11).
The Turtle Trials*/Treialon Crwban y Mor is a research and development project. The workshops are free, fun and interactive, inspired by the Dr Seuss story, Yertle The Turtle. In the workshops children from ages 4 to 11 can have fun exploring the story of Yertle The Turtle, the life of turtles and tortoises and the conservation efforts surrounding their current status as an endangered species through sign language /theatre, story telling, dance, music and scent! (This is a Research & Development project supported by Arts Council Wales).
About Signdance The Signdance Collective (SDC) is a touring performance company, established in 2001. The company is culturally diverse with a team of experienced deaf and disabled artists at the helm. Their work is in demand both in the UK and abroad. They perform for more than 25 weeks and 100 shows per year across the UK, Europe, India and the USA.
UN DEG UN Wrexham
Saturday 15th October 12.00pm – 3.00pm
CANOLFAN UCHELDRE Holyhead
Tuesday 17th October 4.00pm -6.00pm
Wednesday 18th October 4.00pm – 6.00pm
Wednesday 25th October 4.00pm – 6.00pm (sharing of work)
NEUADD OGWEN Bethesda
Thursday 26th October 12.30pm – 2.30pm
Friday 27th October 12.30pm -2.30pm
Saturday 28th. October 2.00pm -4.00pm (sharing of work)
These workshops are free and open to everyone to attend (Booking is advised –firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wednesday 25 October 2017
The Carriage Works, Denbigh
£13.87 – £27.14
Two master classes will run simultaneously (at the same venue) so allowing participants in each session to interact and network during the breaks as well as observe what each is doing.
You can select one of the masterclasses either SAORImôr weaving or stained glass.
To book and more information:
Workshops with writer and artist Helen Ivory
4-7 September 2017 £3.50 per session (Booking preferred)
A series of workshops giving disabled artists a safe space to map a personal walking journey through Powys.
The workshops will focus on gathering materials through group discussions and activities, to encourage them to keep journals or sketchbooks and produce a series of poems and word image collages. The workshops will culminate in an Exhibition and Live Reading taking place on 6 September 2017
Monday September 4th: 1 – 3pm
Tuesday September 5th 10.am – 12pm and 1-3pm
Wednesday September 6th 10.am – 12pm and 1-3pm
Thursday September 7th 10.am – 12pm
Celf O Gwmpas, Centre Celf, Tremont Road, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 5EB
For more information contact 01597 822777;
An exhibition of contemporary art quilts by Bethan Ash
11 August – 18 September 2017
Oriel Lliw Gallery is proud to present a selection of art quilts and collage by renown quilt artist, Bethan Ash. Bethan has been making art quilts for a very long time – for over thirty years and this is referred to in the title of her exhibition.
Bethan will also be giving a workshop at the gallery, during the Pontardawe Festival Weekend. 19 August 2017.
This exhibition is an Arts in the Tawe Valley artist event
Oriel Lliw Gallery
Pontardawe Arts Centre
Herbert Street, Pontardawe SA8 4ED
Tel : 01792 863777
for more info click on :https://npttheatres.co.uk/pontardawe/oriel-lliw-gelf/
Monday – Friday. 1pm –7pm
Entry is free
AT ORIEL WRECSAM
FREE POETRY AND PUBLISHING WORKSHOPS
with Rhys Trimble, poet/performer and Rhi Moxon, designer/printer
Saturday & Sunday 3 & 4 June 12.00 – 17.00
Rhys Trimble, poet and performer, invites you to join him at Oriel Wrecsam for a weekend of creative exploration . Work with him to record the spirit of place using poetry and constraints.
Saturday 17 June 10.00 – 16.00
Rhi Moxon will lead a day long workshop at Oriel Wrecsam focussing on screen printing and pamphlet making.
Places on all workshops are FREE but numbers are limited so please book your place early with Oriel Wrecsam on 01978 292093 or email email@example.com
Fun, creative activities on offer for young people over the summer holidays.
The Vision 21 Creative Choices project provides a wide variety of fun, creative activities for young people age 14 to 18 with learning needs over the summer holidays from the 21st July to the 26th August. Workshops are all funded by Children in Need and are free to attend.
The workshops are based in the Sbectrwm Centre in Fairwater, but also includes some outings and outreach activities. Workshops range from photography, to working with clay, mosaic, drama, print, collage, fabric, art, music and more.
The workshops are led by professional artists and are well supervised. They provide an opportunity to try new activities and to make new friends, over the summer holidays.
If you know of someone who might benefit, please get in touch with:
Tel: 02920 621194.
As part of our ACW Learning & Practice Project, Celf o Gwmpas are running a series of workshops for young women aged 16 -30 with Artist Blue MacAskill. http://www.bluemacaskill.com
Throughout these workshops we will cover a range of areas:
- Filmmaking techniques
- Stop-motion animation
- Sequencing and design
- Software training
The theme for the films will be loosely based around the idea of self-portraiture. At the end of the workshop programme, you will have shot, edited and produced your own independent film which can be shown as part of an exhibition at Centre Celf in November 2016. This workshop programme is suitable for all abilites, and we encourage complete beginners to apply.
When: 18 x 2 hour sessions at Centre Celf, Llandrindod Wells (6pm – 8pm)
Tuesdays: 21st June, 28th June, 5th July, 12th July, 2nd August, 9th August, 16th August, 23rd August, 30th August, 6th September, 13th September, 20th September, 27th September, 4th October, 11th October, 18th October and a special screening on 15th November.
Cost: £3 per sessions
As well as the workshops, there will also be two free optional gallery visits across Wales throughout the Summer Holidays to see Art outside of Powys, and to gain some inspiration for your films. (Gallery visits to be confirmed) If you’d like to be a participant on our Llandrinod Wells Studio Skills workshop programme,
email firstname.lastname@example.org / 07730455188