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

Creative Challenges 2018

We delivered a programme of workshops during the Summer. Including creating imaginary new creatures, ideas for the perfect playground, creating new super heroes, making home-made instruments, teaching aliens about food and creating carnival costumes. [gallery...

CultureFest 2018

CultureFest celebrates the diversity and different cultures that that exists in Oswestry and the surrounding area. Big thanks to our performers on the day - Cordelia Weedon - Dru Yoga, MC Abdul from Syria, Giulio Rondon from Holland, Pete Beresford and Gary Foote -...

Our Space 2017 / 18

We worked with local volunteer Sheela Hughes to support Maesyrhandir families to run a series of family arts workshops throughout 2017 and 2018 which was part funded by Newtown Town Council. The families attending the sessions have now become a constituted group and...

St Myllins Day 2018

The 8th St Myllin’s Day on Saturday 16th June was a successful celebration of Llanfyllin and its people. A free brunch, provided by Something Tasty, kept the community sustained whilst enjoying a performance from Masquerade, arts and crafts with Jane Carrington, tower...

Adults Learners Week 2018

We delivered  two relaxed and informal workshops as part of Adult Learners Week. These included painting onto canvases with Josie Ewing and a whirlwind of salsa dancing with Victoria Evans. Brill – local venue, welcoming – pleasing. Here! Here! Excellent – the dance...

Llanfyllin Ffilm 2017 / 18

Llanfyllin Ffilm is a community cinema supported by a range of volunteers. They screen a range of independent and other interesting films throughout the year with our support.

Life Drawing 2017 / 18

From Sep 17 – May 18 we delivered sessions at the Llanfyllin Youth and Community Centre. Francine Isaacs provided a tutored session for the September session to get peoples creative juices flowing.  

Aerial Circus 2018

A circus and aerial workshop for families.  On offer was instruction on juggling, hoopla, diablo, devil sticks, tightrope walking and areal work with ropes and trapeze with Hazel Maddocks. We had an amazing time. My daughter loved hanging upside down We had a...

A Splash of Spring Colour 2018

A family art and craft session focusing on Spring. Participants had fun with messy paints, hand print cards, cress heads, vegetable stamps, bird feeders, painted eggs, wind socks and seed bombs with Tree Marshall and Josie Ewing. [gallery...

Sewing the Tales of Jane 2018

We delivered a textile project in Machynlleth with Hilary and Graham Roberts and with Ezma Zhao in Montgomery exploring the writing and sewing of Jane Austen to celebrate the 200th centenary of her death. Over ten weeks participants created their own textile art works...

Art of Hearts 2018

A family art and craft session with a Valentines theme. A number of different art activities were delivered around: What I Love About Me; What I Love About Home: and What I Love About You with artists Tree Marshall and Sam Key. I loved doing these activities with my...

WCBC Crafts 2017 / 18

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, Nina Duckers, Donna Jones and Marja Bonada. [gallery...

Ffilmic 2017

November 2017 saw the 11th Ffilmic Festival. The Take 11 Film Challenge sponsored by Llanfylln SPAR and Llanfyllin Photography Competition sponsored by the Llanfyllin Civic Society . There were a number of entries into both and some outstanding work was...

Halloween Spooky Crafts 2017

A Halloween Spooky Crafts workshop was the order of the day with pumpkin carving, spooky crafts and face painting with Tree Marshall, Caroline Lowe and Sam Key. It was lots of fun and I loved carving the pumpkins

Llanfyllin Ffilm 2017

Llanfyllin Ffilm is a community cinema supported by a range of volunteers. They screen a range of independent and other interesting films throughout the year with our support.  

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