Skills & Thrills

Activities that look to develop participatory arts practice

WCAN

Wrexham Community Artists Network (Wrexham CÂN),

A creative network to give the participatory arts in Wrexham a voice!

The network offers community artists in all disciplines and at any stage of their career a space to share their experiences, reflect on their work and make connections.

Join the Facebook group here

CRE8

A creative network to give the participatory arts in Powys a voice!

The network offers community artists in all disciplines and at any stage of their career a space to share their experiences, reflect on their work and make connections.

Join the Facebook group here

Read about our Skills & Thrills projects below

Creative Essentials 2016 / 17

We provided opportunities for artists to develop their community arts practice and the opportunity to meet new people and network. Photography This first session was held in Llanfyllin on Sat 8 Oct. Ray Hall was a fantastic trainer and everyones understanding of their...

Innovation Fund 2016

Members were invited to apply for a £400 innovation fund to produce new work. Carrog Calling Artists Lorraine Mainelli and Fiona Collins worked with the village’s thriving Cub Pack, which is made up of over 20 local children between 7 and 11 years old. The grand...

WCAN 2014

The Wrexham Community Artists Network meets on the last Wednesday of each month at one of the pop-up exhibition spaces in Wrexham town centre. Meetings follow a similar set-up as the Cre8 meetings with artists who attend delivering an hour workshop on their art form....

CRE8 2014

The Cre8 group supports artist networking opportunities for our artist members and beyond through membership on our Facebook group of which there are 48 members. The meetings are often led by an artist who demonstrates or workshops their art practice with the rest of...

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