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

Life Drawing 2016

Life Drawing sessions happen every month at the Llanfyllin Youth and Community Centre. This is a regular art club with a life model, we provide easels and participants bring their own drawing and painting materials. All ages and abilities welcome.  

Victorian Arts 2016

Great fun was had with Sally Duckers doing zoetropes and other optical art down at the Llanfyllin Workhouse as part of their Victorian Weekend and history centre opening.

Art of the Tablet 2016

The project started with taster sessions that took part in Machynlleth and Newtown to engage older people with the project. A 10 week course then took place at CAMAD in Machynlleth and Glanhafren in Newtown. Over the course of the project participants learnt how to...

Merched y Wawr 2016

The famous Welsh journalist Tweli Griffiths gave a talk about his book called Yn Ei Chanol Hi (In the Middle Of It ) about his many unique experiences in some of the most dangerous places of the world for Merched y Wawr.

Minions 2016

We all love Minions, right? They can be pests at times but bring plenty of laugh-out-loud moments. During Spring Half Term families joined us for an amusing afternoon of arts and crafts. We made making grass head minions, minion pebbles and finger puppets using...

Wrecsam Lanterns 2015

Much fun was had as families came out to Wrexham town centre for the Light Switch On event which included our lantern parade headed up by Father Christmas and his reindeer. The parade with lanterns and music lit up the town with thanks to Jude Wood and Ben Davis who...

Ffilmic 2015

At Ffilmic 2015 short films made by all ages and abilities were screened as part of the Take 9 film challenge which launched on Sat 24th Oct with a film making workshop with Lewis Hancock. Entrants then had just 10 days to make a 5 minute film which had to include a...

Halloween 2015

The Family Arts Festival runs throughout October and Llanfyllin participated with its Halloween Craft Workshop on the 31st Oct. Lots of families came and got themselves all ready to trick and treat with a wide range of creepy crawlies crafts and face painting. Parents...

Eisteddfod Arts 2015

The project was based on two themes – the natural environment and the operas of Mid Wales Opera who celebrated their 25th anniversary for touring. The project was delivered in partnership with The Hafren and funded by the Arts Council of Wales. Jude Howells created...

Adult Learners Week 2015

Adult Learners’ Week is a national initiative promoting the life-changing benefits of learning for all ages. Darren Fraser taught Life Drawing and invited participants to take a fresh look at the human condition. Author and poet Bethany Rivers taught Creative Writing...

St Myllin’s Day 2015

On Sat 20th June residents of Llanfyllin came to celebrate St Myllin’s Day. We provided a circus and puppet making workshop with Dux and Sally Duckers. Sam Gomm, Pete Beresford, Bob Guy and Rory Motion entertained everyone in our performance tent and Masquerade...

Circus Mayhem! 2015

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.

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