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.

Watch Fflimic films on youtube

Read about our Arts for All projects below

Circus Mayhem!

Our circus workshop during May half term was a bustle of success. Aimed at families, we saw children and their parents join in the fun and learn some new skills.

Wrexham Football Club

Lewis Hancock worked with Wrexham Football Club to make a film about the club for their 150th anniversary. The film involved interviewing staff, players and fans. The film was screened at one of their celebration events. The film is available to view on our Youtube...

Wrexham Lanterns 2014

Artist Ben Davis delivered a series of open access lantern making workshops at Un Deg Un in Wrexham where he worked with families. He also worked with art students from Entry Level, Level 2 & 3 in Arts & Design at Coleg Cambria to produce an array of lanterns....

Ffilmic 2014

Film Fun at the Ffilmic Film Festival! All Take 8 films are available to view at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQi4Oa6wIyldb-Xxg79LD0mEZA6Mwb2LE On Saturday 15th November at Theatr Llwyn, Llanfyllin, Arts Connection – Cyswllt Celf played host to a range of...

Creepy Crawly Crafts 2014

Families had fun at our Creepy Crawly Crafts workshop and got all spooky for Halloween. Juli Moran was on hand for face painting and Iris Gordijn and Rachael Davies provided a range of creepy crafts. [gallery...

Who Made Marion 2014

2014 is the 20th anniversary of Arts Connection. This milestone was marked in October with the film premiere of Who Made Marion, a film showcasing the talents of our artist members. The premiere was a chance to invite the 200 local people who contributed over the 3...

Carmen 2014

Carmen was a partnership project between us, Hafren and Mid Wales Opera, whose 25th anniversary was in 2014. A range of workshops were delivered between April – September 2014 based on the themes from the opera Carmen. Caroline Lowe worked with volunteers from Cwm...

Life Drawing 2014

We delivered bi-weekly untutored life drawing sessions throughout the year. This was the result of our artist membership asking for a class to be created for them to attend as there is little provision in the area. The sessions have been well attended and we hope to...

Bare Acting 2014

We supported local individuals and Llanfyllin High School pupils to work with Eddy Segal on Bare Acting techniques. They learnt how to access their natural abilities to deliver dynamic and truthful performances. They worked directly with a monologue they had chosen...

St Myllin’s Day 2014

Llanfyllin residents came out in droves to celebrate St Myllin’s Day. The event, in honour of the 7th century saint after the town is named, was a huge success and involved a parade by Masquerade, a free brunch on the town square and a range of stalls. We supported...

Adult Learner’s Week 2014

Adult Learner’s Week is a campaign that offers adults the chance to have a go at learning something new by trying out taster sessions. We delivered a series of workshops in June as part of it. The workshops included Peg Loom Weaving with Anita Jenkins, Fused Glass...

Powys Arts Month 2014

On Saturday 24th May 2014 we ran an open event of stalls, workshops and exhibitions. Member artists exhibited their artwork along with the Llanfyllin watercolour group and a range of arts and crafts were on sale from jewellery to textiles. The day included workshops...

Merched y Wawr 2014

“I would like to thank Arts Connection. A memorable and highly successful evening with Dr Llyr Lewis from Swansea University. Members all enjoyed listening to a mix of poems” Llŷr Gwyn Lewis came and read a mixture of his poems for the Merched y Wawr annual St. Davids...

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