Celf creates projects, exhibitions and residencies that open up opportunities for participation, develops artistic practice and presentation and supports social inclusion. etc.
To date, we have successfully recruited 14 artists to Celf’s innovative and pioneering Training and Mentoring programme (2009 – 2014), some artists have participated all the way through and others have joined and moved on.
Through early exhibition opportunities at Celf’s Beaufort Gallery in Llandrindod Wells, Oriel Davies Gallery in Newtown, and other venues in the UK, the majority of mentored artists have become increasingly visible, independent exhibiting artists.
Mid Wales Welsh for Adults
Weekly term time classes run by Aberystwyth University
Regular Monday drama and play classes for babies and children up to age seven
Mid Powys Youth Theatre
Regular Tuesday evening sessions
Fortnightly sessions providing the opportunity to read, discuss, explore and perform
Llandrindod Wells U3A
Regular meetings and lectures for Virtual Travel, Film Group and Craft Sessions
Monthly sessions to get your stuff fixed for free, or learn how to do it yourself
Llandrindod Wells Art Group
The Art group has been going in the Llandrindod area for over 60 years. It now meets weekly
at Centre Celf.
Powys People First
Powys People First helps to organise self-advocacy groups for people with a learning disability
Monthly meetings of the Macular Society support group.
Monthly support group meetings for people with sight loss.
Dewis CIL provides an independent advocacy service to ensure peoples views are heard.