Breaking the Mould

Hands on Art @ Our Place – Open Day!

Breaking the Mould -workshopsHands on taster workshops – Monday 7th March and every Monday thereafter.  11am – 2pm – Dusty Forge

Come along and create 2D and 3D Art on the day.

Meet the team and make art together.

Anyone over 16 welcome – no experience needed.


Tel:  07989 713696

[email protected]

Facebook:  Breaking the Mould

or pop along to OUR PLACE – Dusty Forge, 460 Cowbridge Road, Ely, Cardiff  CF5 5BZ

Emoodji – to help people at uni stay mentally healthy

EmoodjiDo you know a student (maybe you are a student)? The thing is,⭐we just made an app⭐ called Emoodji – to help people at uni stay mentally healthy – available now for iPhone and Android!

We really need your help ???? spreading the word, by sharing these links to students up and down the UK ????:

And it definitely is *not* your typical ‘mental health app’…

Emoodji is a way for friends at uni to send emoji selfies to each other, while also keeping an eye on each other’s wellbeing. You probably know how mental health problems can seemingly start at Uni, sometimes with devastating results (in fact, 1 in 8 students have felt suicidal at university). So Emoodji is quite silly, and secretly slightly serious too.


An ‘in’ with a stranger

Tu-fewn LOGO

Curator Talk with Aiden Moseby

An ‘in’ with a stranger

Saturday 12th March 2016, 2.30pm
Curator Aidan Moesby begins a conversation exploring the notion of weather as a metaphor for the human condition. Aidan has brought together an International selection of artists whose work resonates with his vision. Featuring Catrin Andersson; Joanne Mitchell; Zoe Preece and Tim Shaw.

This exhibition is a Tu Fewn project and presented as part of LGAC’s “Maker to Curator” series.

To find out more about the exhibition click HERE

Cosy – 8th to12th March – WMC

Cosy-main“It’s like I’ve disappeared. I walk down the road and throw no shadow.”
“That’s what getting older does for you.”

Rose wants an exit plan that is bold and invigorating, but her three warring daughters have other ideas. We all have to die, but what makes a good death? Everyone seems to have an opinion, Rose’s three daughters, her precocious granddaughter and even the strange woman taking refuge in the garden.

Cosy is a darkly comedic look at the joys and humiliations of getting older and how we shuffle off this mortal coil. Written by award-winning writer Kaite O’Reilly, it tackles head-on our obsession with eternal youth, and asks whose life (or death) is it, anyway?

Click HERE to buy tickets



Disability Arts Cymru needs you!/Mae Celfyddydau Anabledd Cymru eich angen chi!

galeri dance8We want to identify the most effective ways of working together with arts organisations and the creative industries to achieve an accessible and diverse arts sector in Wales.

The survey will take only a few minutes to complete, and your input would be greatly valued.
The survey closes on: 10 March 2016
Thank you

Click HERE for link to survey in English

Rydym am ganfod y ffyrdd mwyaf effeithiol o gydweithio â sefydliadau celfyddydau a’r diwydiannau creadigol i sicrhau sector celfyddydau hygyrch ac amrywiol yng Nghymru.

Dim ond ychydig funudau y bydd yr arolwg yn ei gymryd i’w gwblhau, a byddem yn gwerthfawrogi eich mewnbwn yn fawr.
Bydd yr arolwg yn cau ar: 10 Mawrth 2016
Diolch yn fawr

Click HERE for survey in Welsh

ascc – 21 High Street



21 high street






Autism Spectrum Connections Cymru (ASCC) is an innovative service providing charity for people with autism in Wales.  ASCC is part of the UK wide Autism initiatives Group which was established in 1972.

Recruiting Now for:

  • Employment Support Specialist
  • OSS Senior Support Worker
  • OSS Support Worker

Based in Cardiff with travel across South Wales.

To apply visit their website  or you can contact them for more information or an application pack on 0151 932 2242

BBC Radio 4 You & Yours programme

disability walesAre looking into the current Welsh Government Blue Badge consultation.  In particular we’re looking for case studies of people affected by changes by the switch of DLA to PIP.

If you have any experiences to share please contact You and Yours’ Natalie Donovan [email protected]

If you would like Disability Wales to pass on your experiences please email [email protected]