12 – 21 July 2018 Criw Celf at Oriel Myrddin Gallery creates opportunities for young people ranging in age from 9-14 years of age to work with professional artists and designers in a series of visual arts Masterclasses. The exhibition in the main gallery space is a curated sample of the young people’s work created […]
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Criw Celf Oriel Davies is recruiting young artists aged 12 – 18 to participate in an exciting project whose purpose is to nurture young talent in the Visual Arts. Application forms are now available and the closing date is 20th July 2018 – the last day of term in Powys. In September, Criw Celf Oriel […]
Would any of your pupils be interested in this fantastic opportunity? If you think so, see below for more information. For more information and instructions on how to apply click this link.
A NAWR & ERW EVENT Designed and led by Owain Gethin Davies for GCSE music teachers. Supporting pupils to listen to and appraise music and develop the ability to take evaluative and critical judgements. How do we teach performance, technical control, expression and interpretation? How do we gain skills in composition and develop coherent musical […]
1979. When Star Wars superfan Sam discovers that the Millennium Falcon is being built in his home town, his life is turned upside down. Determined to get inside the cockpit; his only obstacle is his stepdad Mike, guardian of the secret hangar where the legendary ship is being built in Pembroke Dock. 2014. Sam’s daughter […]
Did you know that the dandelion flower produces 200 seeds? Neither did we until Google told us. Which is in no way a tenuous link to announcing that yesterday we approved our 200th Go and See grant! It is fantastic to see so many schools making full use of this fund to experience high-quality arts […]
‘EPIC’– our pupils are our best resource! I am a teacher. I am an artist. I am a dancer. I am a traveller. This is me and I use each aspect of who I am to deliver learning experiences to my children. I do not change who I am as I walk through the classroom […]