Printmaking Workshops with Terri Sweeney - A series of Tuesday afternoon workshops for learning disabled adults to come and explore printmaking techniques...
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Paper Sculpture Workshops with Geraint Edwards - A series of inclusive workshops for adults with a range of support needs aged 50+ as part of the Age Cymru Gwanwyn Festival of the Arts for Older People in Wales 2016
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Coffee, Cake & Christmas Craft A fundraising event to make a creative selection of christmas decorations to take home. Led by the Celf o Gwmpas Team
Artists Voice Workshop - Tuesday 20th September 2016
The aim of this workshop was to gather a group of past, present and future Artists that have been associated with Celf o Gwmpas to provide a collective voice, to inform direction and ensure artistic quality of all future projects.
Offa's Dyke Challenge Walk - Our annual sponsored event where Celf staff, artists, trustees and friends take up the challenge to complete Offa's Dyke. This year the intrepid walkers started in Pandy and walked to Kington.
Coffee, Cake & CROCHET A fundraising event with practical demonstrations and the opportunity to learn how to crochet. Led by Sarah Hill
Coffee, Cake & UP-CYCLING A fundraising event showcasing the work of Jane Mason and her clothing line 'Tatty Buys' with the opportunity to have a go in turning drab into fab
'TV Classics Part 1' by Cameron Morgan
Exhibition Dates: Wednesday 29th June - Thursday 4th August 2016
Celf o Gwmpas & Project Ability present...
An exhibition of paintings featuring television programmes throughout the ages
Our current Artist in Residence is Stephen Park who has been running 'Peer to Peer' training sessions with groups in Llandrindod Wells and Ystradgynlais.
Stephen has also been developing his sculpture practice in the Artist Studio at Centre Celf...
"Artist in Residence - Great Privilege. Making sculpture again after 20 years, time and space to do this without financial risk - hugely significant to me"
For more information about Stephen, visit: www.stephenpark.co.uk
Exhibition Dates: Thursday 10th November 2016 - Thursday 5th January 2016
Boxing Shadows was an exhibition of work created by participants on our year long Arts Council of Wales Learning & Practice project. We celebrated the end of the project by holding a week of events in partnership with Disability Arts Cymru and Making Minds 'WALLS:MURIAU' Arts and Mental Health Festival 2016
Date: 10th - 15th November 2016
A week of events in partnership with Disability Arts Cymru and Making Minds 'WALLS:MURIAU' Arts and Mental Health Festival 2016
Exhibiton Preview a multi-media exhibition
Thursday 10th November 4.00 - 6.00pm
Providing a platform for the artists involved to exhibit and screen work. With over 30 Artists involved on a National Level, this exhibition will be made up of sculpture, paintings, drawings, film, ceramics and more.
In parallel with Stephen Park: Residency Exhibition
Showing new work created during his residency stay over the course of six months in Llandrindod Wells. This new work sees Stephen return to sculpture after a 20 year hiatus.
Comedy Evening 'Havin' a laugh' showcasing a Powys-based project with Owen Griffkin
Friday 11th November 6.00 - 8.00pm
Our Artist in Residence Stephen Park will be compering the evening, with perfomances from Sean Burn and Owen Griffkin.
Writer, performer and outsider artist. Performing: a little added nuts : a wittily honest look thru seans eyes using humorous live art to examine thestigmatising language around mental distress and find strength and beauty hidden beneath those wounding words. this performance even includes the chance to win real art prizes!
Sean Burn Image: David Clarke Wilson
Panel Discussion and Artist Talks surrounding the topic of Arts and Mental Health
Tuesday 15th November 10.00 - 4.00pm
We will be joined by Jane Cooke (Senior Officer Mental Health PAVO), Stephen Park, Sean Burn, Amanda Wells and participating artists sharing their processes in working towards the Boxing Shadows Exhibition.
Drop-in Workshop with Amanda Wells and the Celf-Able group
Tuesday 15th November 2.00 - 4.00pm
Amanda Wells and her Celf-Able group are offering a free drop-in session at the Centre Celf workshop where you are invited to come in and express your creative voice and ‘have-a-go’ and making art! This is free of charge and will provide an insight to the types of projects ran at Celf o Gwmpas.
Artist Talk: Blue MacAskill
Tuesday 15th November 4.15 - 5.00pm
"Art with Impact” Using artwork to understand the experience of mental illness: Mainstream artists and Outsider artists Can we get past where it’s come from and call it ART in the mainstream - Touching on teaching film and art in a safe and therapeutic way to produce work that helps with the challenge of living with illness. A talk/discussion with Blue MacAskill Artist and Filmmaker Image By Blue MacAskill / National Library of Wales Residency Archive
CELF ARTIST NETWORK EVENT 'Art Therapy: A Dangerous Opportunity'
Wednesday 16th November 2016 6.30 - 8.00pm
Mark Shakespeare NHS Art Therapy Consultant presents a discussion on Art Therapy and its benefits. With an opportunity for Artists and Organisations to come together and discuss issues raised from the talk over a free glass of wine.
'12 Drummers Drumming'
Printmaking Workshop with Jane Mason - A one day printmaking workshops for learning disabled adults to come and create a print of '12 Drummers Drumming' as part of Outside In's Twelve Days of Christmas Campain.
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Learning & Practice - Throughout 2016
The Learning & Practice year long training project will provide a new approach for practicing and aspiring artists with mental health challenges to learn, create and present whilst also promoting engagement with and sharing on wider platforms.
Image by Artist Blue MacAskill
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