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By celfogwmpas, Jan 23 2020 11:07AM

We have a winner!! (or three) Congratulations to Nicola Ratnett for winning first prize. She gets to hang on her wall the lovely painting kindly donated by local artist Jane Mason. second and third prizes go to Guy Roderick and Bernadette. Thank you to everyone for supporting us with our fundraising which helps us continue our work within the local community.

By celfogwmpas, Jan 16 2020 11:53AM


There has been a lot going on over the last week or so for Celf o Gwmpas.


Our training programme, Art is Power, was back after the festive break. The programme is running over a 12 month period and the group meet for two consecutive days near the beginning of each month. There are 8 local artists in the group and the training is lead by Maria Hayes.


We had the opening of the brilliant and thought provoking Accumulation - An Exhibition by local artist Jane Mason.


Over 50 people attended the Welsh Arts Health and Wellbeing network training event, hosted by Engage Cymru.


And this evening from 6 - 9pm is the opening of Celf o Gwmpas Artists Network Exhibition "Discovery". at Theatr Brycheiniog.


Alongside ALL that we had our regular local groups, Welsh lessons run by Learn Welsh - Ceredigion Powys and our weekly open studio. Busy!


By celfogwmpas, Jan 8 2020 08:31PM

It's that time of year when the Celf o Gwmpas Ceilidh returns. Come along, work off those mince pies and dance the night away with the Much Ado Band at Centre Celf.


Save the date Saturday 1st February 2020. 7.30 - 10.30pm


Tickets are £5.50, concessions £4.50 and are available in advance from Centre Celf, Tremont Road, Llandrinod Wells, LD1 5EB.


For more details please ring 01597 822777 or email centrecelf@celfogwmpas.org.




By celfogwmpas, Jan 7 2020 01:09PM

If you are in Brecon why not go and see our 3rd annual Artists Network exhibition which is on tour at Theatr Brycheiniog. The exhibition is open from 6th January - 26th January 2020.


The work in the exhibition portrays the artist’s discovery of new things about themselves and their practice over the last year.

The network was founded in 2016 with funding from Rural development plan leader programme; Arwain and since then has gone from strength to strength and is now funded by Arts Council Wales.


Please contact Theatr Brycheiniog for opening times.

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