Fourteen Project

14, Equal Street

Tonypandy Market

Friday 13th July 

10am – 2pm

Come and support artists from Mid-Rhondda at the Country’s smallest arts centre!

Mayor of Penarth, Jon Luxton will be making an appearance at the second 14 Equal Street market stall event to talk about standing for public office as a disabled person and winning. Jon is also a disabled artist and all round inspiration in his own right.

Fourteen Project

14, Equal Street

As part of the Fourteen project in Mid-Rhondda, Chris Tally-Evans has been working with groups in the area to create the world’s smallest arts centre in the form of a market stall in Tonypandy market. “We have ideas on the stall. We have artwork on the stall. We have a two-seater cinema showing short films made by the artist, sometimes with the help of Llwynypia Learning Curve and the Rhondda Sea Cadets. Can’t wait!”

Starting Friday July 6th 10am – 2pm and appearing every Friday throughout July do visit Tonypandy market, be prepared for some great surprises.

Tonypandy Market, upper car park.

ADDO Creatives

FOURTEEN – Challenging Perceptions of Disability in the Mid Rhondda

Fourteen_1– Join the Conversation

14 February 2017, 15:30 – 17:30

Cambrian Lakeside Cafe Bar, Cambrian Industrial Park, Clydach Vale, Tonypandy, CF40 2XX

Do you live or work in Mid Rhondda?

Are you interested in addressing and challenging perceptions of disability?

Do you want to increase participation in cultural activity and the arts in Tonypandy, Trealaw, Penygraig, Clydach or Llwynypia?

If so then you are warmly invited to discuss and share ideas for an exciting new contemporary art project called Fourteen, which aims to address and challenge perceptions of disability in the Mid Rhondda.

addo has recently been awarded funding by Community Foundation in Wales through the Fourteen programme to work with Mid Rhondda communities (Tonypandy, Trealaw, Penygraig, Clydach and Llwynypia) to produce a contemporary art project that addresses and challenges perceptions of disability in all its forms (e.g. sensory, physical, mental health illness, issues that affect the elderly) and increases participation in cultural activity and the arts.

The Research & Development Phase of the project has just started and so we’re inviting anyone living or working in the Mid Rhondda and with an interest in addressing and challenging perceptions of disability to join us to discuss and share potential ideas, opportunities, constraints, partnerships and issues for the project.

This event takes the form of a drop in session and will help to inform how the project is developed and produced.

You’re invited to drop in for few minutes or stay for longer, grab a cuppa and chat about your ideas.

Refreshments will be available.

Working in partnership with Disability Arts Cymru / Celfyddydau Anabledd Cymru, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s Arts Development Team and Mid-Rhondda Communities First, the Fourteen Project will seek to benefit people living in the geographical community of Mid Rhondda, which includes the areas of Tonypandy, Trealaw, Penygraig, Clydach and Llwynypia.

The venue is wheelchair accessible and has parking. There will also be two Palantypists/SLI. Please email to tell us about any access requirements you may have.

If you can’t make the event but are interested to find out more about the project or get involved, please email