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Swansea College of Art
Wed 21 November 2018
10:00 – 15:00 GMT
Swansea College of Art
Wed 21 November 2018
10:00 – 15:00 GMT
“All our futures” will focus on issues from childhood, through adulthood and into older age reflecting relevant key laws and policies in Wales: Improving Lives Programme, Well-being of Future Generations Act, Social Services and Well-being Act and Prosperity for All.
We will have a lively mix of interactive and informative workshops, speakers and drama including:
Since 2016, the BFI Film Audience Network has been creating innovative, grassroots press and marketing campaigns across the UK, all with the aim of building audiences for new independent film releases. Now, we’re looking to expand our pool of freelancer marketers, and are inviting anyone interested to a free workshop day. This is an opportunity for you to network, take part in a specialist workshop and learn about the opportunities we have on offer.
The BFI Film Audience Network (FAN) is:
a collaboration of eight Film Hubs with a membership of over 1,500 cinemas, film festivals and other film exhibitors across the UK.
Working with cinemas on incredible films like A Fantastic Woman, God’s Own Country and Mustang, we’ve organised panel discussions and parties – we’ve created GIFs, zines, beermats and badges – we’ve worked with local press and online bloggers – we’ve flyered, flash-danced and Facebooked – to ensure that anyone, no matter where they live in the UK, find out about great independent films screening near them.
What’s on offer?
We especially welcome applications from people from BAME backgrounds as they are underrepresented in the industry.
If you have any access, childcare or other needs that we can help with, please contact us at [email protected].
If you would like to arrange a call or video chat please contact us at [email protected].
The deadline for applications is 5pm, Monday 27 August
Rhôd Artists Group has a reputation for organising contemporary art exhibitions in a rural environment. As part of our commitment to rurality, accessibility and sustainability we would like to invite artists to come and research making work here with us.
Artists will be expected to a make a presentation of their practice to the other artists and any members of the public who attend. There will also be presentations by Rhôd Artists Group members and invited artists
The majority of spaces for making work are outdoors. This means it is possible to work on a large scale. There are some materials that can be made available for free. Artists should bring the tools they need. Making work is not a necessity, this is a wonderful opportunity to think about work and experiment in finding new approaches, or gather material and experiences for future work.
We are keen to make Art Camp accessible to everyone and will be liaising with Disability Arts Cymru on how to facilitate access to Art Camp activities. We would be happy to discuss with prospective participants how we can ensure an enjoyable and fulfilling experience for everyone. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions.
To apply, please send your artist cv and a maximum of 6 images of your work to: [email protected] by Friday, June 22nd.
Art Camp is free – but you will need to bring your own tent/campervan/caravan. Rhôd Artists Group will provide an evening meal on 7 nights during the fortnight at a cost of £6 a head. Communal cooking facilities are available for all other meals.
Kayte joined Celf in 2006 as finance officer before beingappointed chief executive in 2016.
She has helped to guide Celf o Gwmpas through both positive and challenging times which are faced by a small arts charity. Through Kayte’s hard work Celf is now in a stronger position to face the years ahead
Kayte will be sorely missed by everyone involved with Celf o Gwmpas and we wish her lots of luck with her new venture in Portugal.
We would like to thank everyone who attended and contributed to our very succesfull pudding prosecco and preview evening.
The evening marked the opening of our Artists in Residence exhibition which runs until 5th April 2018.
Work on display is by Lou Lockwood, Dawn Mcintyre, Jack Mclafferty and Jo Munton who all had month long residencies at Celf o Gwmpas.
We were also treated to performances by Celf o Gwmpas’ own ‘Etcetera’ and Stephanie Finegan, a rap artist from Bangor.
The four residencies in partnership with Disability Arts Cymru are funded by the Arts Council of Wales and provided a unique experience for Disabled Artists living in Wales to develop their artistic practice.
We are excited to have started an International cultural exchange between
Celf o Gwmpas, Canadian artist Scott Berry and the Nina Haggerty Centre, in Edmonton, Canada.
We are jointly hosting a unique “digital residency” to share artistic practice among learning disabled artists.
During March and April, Celf o Gwmpas artists Geraint Edwards and Annie Levy will be working with learning disabled artists at Centre Celf, to devise and exhibit new work inspired by artist Scott Berry.
There will also be an exchange of video blogs between the Nina Haggerty Centre and Celf o Gwmpas. These blogs will Introduce and showcase the participatory art work taking place at both centres and share the working practice of Scott Berry and other artists at the Nina Haggerty Centre, with learning disabled artists at Celf o Gwmpas.
Collaboration on works of art will take place via post, between artists in the UK & Canada and exhibitions will be held at both centres, featuring the collaborative works.
We’ll keep you posted with links to the video blogs so you can check the progress!
This month we have an Art Hunt at Celf o Gwmpas.
One of our artists has donated a beautiful piece of art to help raise funds to support the work we do at Centre Celf.
We are asking people to buy a square (or more!) @ only £2 a square, and whoever gets the right square, chosen by the artist, wins the painting.
So pop in, choose your square and fill in your name and contact details.
The winner will be announced once all the squares are sold.
The first of our 2018 evening classes will be starting soon
with Nicola Luxton
11 April – 16 May 2018
This course can only run on a minimum number basis, so
all classes must be booked and paid for in advance.
For further information or to book a place please contact us 01597 822777
or [email protected]
Dates: 21 March, 4, 18 April, 2018
Time: 10.30 – 12.00 noon
Dates: 10, 17, 24 April, 1, 8, 15 May 2018
Time: 11.00 – 1.00pm
Cost: £3.50 (carers free)
On Thursday 18 January 2018 Celf o Gwmpas ‘Etcetera’ conducted by Rosie McConnell went to Cardiff for the Clinical Psychology Fringe Festival.
A performance piece, stemming from experiences of mental ill health ‘Etcetera’ which sits on the edge of a comfort zone provided the audience with a bizzare, unusual and entertaining experience. The performance was very well received.
It was an informative day for everyone from Celf o Gwmpas and we were very happy to be invited to perform.
Dates: 23 – 25 March 2018
Tutors: Emily Hinshelwood & David Thorpe
Fee: £220 – £295
Dates: 9 – 14 April 2018
Tutors: Stewart Henderson & Willy Russell
Fee: £495 – £625
Places are limited
Dates: 4 – 9 June 2018
Tutors: Tiffany Murray & Tristan Hughes
Fee: £495 – £625
Step Up: Interpreting Collections is Outside In’s training and professional development programme that provides participants with the skills to research and interpret works of art. This year the course will take place at the prestigious Wellcome Collection again. In this email you will learn more about Step Up and what the programme offers.
The deadline for applications is 5pm, this Friday 2nd March.
To apply, you need to complete a short application form. For more information and to download a form, see here.
By the end of this one-day course it is expected you should be able to prepare photographs of your artwork for a variety of digital uses. These could be for online applications for funding, exhibition opportunities, websites, social media, email or print.
Wednesday 28th March @ School of Creative Studies and Media, University of Bangor
Click to book
“Photographing your own work”. A session for 3D artists, taking place at Ruthin Craft Centre on 13th March. NB: This is full but please click to add your name to the waiting list.
and for 2D artists at Theatr Colwyn on 15thMarch. Click to book
We are looking for people to come and experience Traces Olion, at St Fagans National Museum of History. It’s a site-specific storytelling app produced by yello brick in collaboration with National Museum Wales and Cardiff University. We’re interested in finding out what you think about the project, so we can measure the impact it has had.
We will need you to come to St Fagans, try the app, and answer a few questions about your experience. This will take about 90 minutes.
We can offer £25 to cover your time and travel expenses.
We have a limited number of places available.
Sessions are available on the following dates:
If you’d like to attend a session, please register below.
Each time slot is for two people, which means that on the day, you might be asked to use the app alone or be partnered with another participant.
If after registering you realise that you cannot attend, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can allocate your space to someone else.