Arts for All

Projects for all ages and abilties

Ffilmic

Ffilmic is a community film competition and festival that happens annually in Llanfyllin during October and November. We challenge film makers to make a 5 minute film in just 10 days, with the opportunity to win awards and have their films screened at the local cinema.

We hope that Ffilmic encourages a passion and love for film culture and opens up the chance to explore and learn about moving image and how it can be used for artistic, political and enjoyment purposes.

Visit www.ffilmic.co.uk for more information.

Read about our Arts for All projects below

Write On 2017

As part of Adult Learner's Week we provided a series of creative writing sessions with Fiona Collins. She helped participants to look at writing stories for children, writing short stories, how to use nature to inspire your writing while having a lovely walk around...

Resonance 2017

The project involved working with adult Welsh learners and some MAT (More Able and Talented) pupils. Participants took part in poetry workshops inspired by walking around the grounds of Erddig and Sycharth, they were supported in this by Aled Lewis Evans, as well as...

St Myllin’s Day 2017

Fantastic community spirit at this year’s St Myllin’s Day. The 7th anniversary of St Myllin’s Day on Saturday 17th June in Llanfyllin was a successful celebration of the town and its people. The day was kicked off with some relaxing music and a range of stalls raising...

Aerial Circus 2017

We brought the trapeze, high rope work and silk skills to Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant during the Easter holidays. The aerial thrills of the circus were skilfully delivered to participants during two family workshops with Hazel Maddocks. [gallery...

Merched y Wawr 2017

We supported the St Davids Day Supper celebration on 22nd Feb at the Cain Valley between for Merched the Wawr and Gymdeithas Gymraeg. They had a very enjoyable night with entertainment from folk band Hen Fegin.

Wrexham Arts & Crafts 2017

We worked in partnership with Wrexham County Borough Council do deliver a range of family arts and craft activities in Wrexham People’s Market with Emma Jayne Holmes and Nina Duckers.

Stained Glass Crafts 2017

On Tuesday 21st Feb light was slowly coming back into our days after the dark of the winter and we celebrated with Stained Glass Crafts! This was a family drop-in session and all enjoyed creating together with artists Clare Pritchard and Melissa Tincello who showed...

Illuminating Newtown 2016

We hosted lantern making workshops, including: 2 workshops with young carers in Newtown on the 31st Oct and 14th Nov, a day of workshops at Ladywell School and a family workshop at Glanhafren on Saturday 19th November which included making lanterns with Caroline Lowe...

Ffilmic 2016

Ffilmic Festival is Llanfyllin’s Film and Photography Festival; now in its 10th year. Part of the program is the Take 10 Challenge in which participants have 10 days to make a 5 min film. Blue MacAskill helped us to launch this on Sat 22 Oct with a workshop on film...

Terrifying Roald Dahl 2016

The Family Arts Campaign is a large scale, national collaborative programme led by the visual and performing arts sectors to increase levels of arts engagement by families. The Family Arts Festival runs throughout October and Llanfyllin participated with its Roald...

Llanfyllin Show 2016

Caroline Lowe and Sue Dolman provided natural material workshops at this year’s Llanfyllin Show. Participants go the opportunity to do peg loom weaving with wool and making dream catchers and other items out of willow. [gallery...

Adult Learners Week 2016

Adult Learners' Week (25 June - 1 July 2016) is an annual campaign which celebrates and promotes adult learning opportunities. Now in over 55 countries worldwide, its intention in Wales is to signpost the huge variety of courses available to the adult learner, and to...

St Myllin’s Day 2016

The 6th anniversary of St Myllin’s Day on Saturday 11th June in Llanfyllin was a successful celebration of the town and its people. The day kicked off with the announcement by the mayor, Dave Goodman, of the winner of the Llanfyllin Good Citizen Award - Pauline...

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