Helfa Gelf

Training Workshops

Thursday 29 & Friday 30 is the 2 day professional development session, how to use digital creativity with older people.  Due to cancellations we’ve 3 places left. https://digitalcreativitywitholderpeople.eventbrite.co.uk

Ruthin Craft Centre, Lon Parcwr, Ruthin, LL15 1BB

On Tuesday 4th July Making your website work for you. This is the session that many of you requested, for those that already have a website or sell through a market place, and want a hands on (in a computer room) session where you will be looking at content to ensure your website engages your audience and that it is clearly navigable. https://websitegwefan.eventbrite.co.uk

Rhyl College, Cefndy Road, Rhyl, LL18 2HG

If you do not have a website but would be interested in attending a workshop on ‘How to set up a website and other online market places’, please contact katie@helfagelf.co.uk

 

Finally the last session is on Saturday 15th July, Writing an Artist’s statement.   Please note you either book for a morning OR afternoon session.  Getting your statement right is invaluable for all your communication and publicity – for exhibitions, on your website, social media and being able to have a confident conversation when someone asks you “what type of art do you do?”.   https://websitegwefan.eventbrite.co.uk

Rhyl College, Cefndy Road, Rhyl, LL18 2HG

Booking is essential.

A couple of diary markers for you of sessions with our partners:

Friday 15th September, Llandudno, as part of the Llawn Arts Festival.  Changing a space.  This session is about redesigning a space using drawing/painting and OHP projectors & digital technology.   Participants will use their creative skills in a new way experimenting with light, stencils and live drawing.  The facilitator will also cover the implications of artists working in a public space in a venue that traditionally isn’t associated with art.

 

Thursday 21st September, Denbigh Town Hall, Unlocking Potential.  With Engage Cymru & Denbighshire Arts Service, how to work with young re-offenders. Also sharing outcomes of prison projects, and bring in other examples of exceptional practice in this area to inspire artists and organisations.  http://www.engage.org/event.aspx?id=1749