Criw Celf is a project for young people aged between 12 and 18 from North Powys who have been identified as being able and talented in the visual arts. It is part of a national initiative to nurture young talent in Wales. The participants come together around seven times a year to work with professional artists, to visit exhibitions, university fine art departments and artists' studios.
Imogen Sadler | Imogen Gilmour | Jessica Chick | Nina Bussink | Maria Lucia Toro | Rhian Jones | Ffion Snape | Ceriann Bebb | Mathilda Purches | Sophie Jones | Moses Hodgetts | Myfanwy Fenwick | Ben Poole | Erin Davies | Daisy Dunn | Emily Poyner | Cerys Jones | Keri Mills | Saffron Farr | Nikki Wellsford | Kate Jerman | Harry Woodhouse | Sophie Gilliard | Issie Higgerson | Iestyn Jones | Jenna Foulkes | Nyeri Flanagan | Ffion Davies | Joe Page | Eleanor Rowland | Melissa Pritchard | Mairi Eyres | Megan Jones
Criw Celf participants are from the following Secondary Schools in North Powys:
Llanfyllin High School
Welshpool High School
Ysgol Bro Hyddgen, Machynlleth
Llanidloes High School
Caereinion High School
Criw Celf 2017 diary includes:
March: Bookbinding masterclass with artist Amy Sterly
June: Creative Boost event for Powys Art teachers
June: Studio sessions — making art in an artist’s studio
July: The Criw Celf 'big trip'— details to be confirmed.
Recent Criw Celf projects include:
14 January - 25 February 2017 | Making our Mark / Gwneud ein Marc exhibition in the TestBed space. Find out more>
Watch the Making our Mark film here.
Find out more...
Please contact Bethan Page, Co-ordinator of Criw Celf: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Criw Celf is funded by the Arts Council of Wales and supported by Powys County Council.
Criw Celf reports below:
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