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ArtWorks Cymru

ArtWorks Cymru is led by Welsh National Opera with National Dance Company Wales, Sherman Cymru, Streetwise Opera, Head for Arts, Community Music Wales,  Dance Cymru and Professor Hamish Fyfe at the Univeristy of Glamorgan.

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ArtWorks Cymru Learning Groups 26 Replies

Hey there ArtWorks Cymru Partners -tell us what's going on in the learning groups! Continue

Tags: process, learning, open, discussions, wales

Started by Rhian Hutchings. Last reply by Eleanor Sellers Jun 20, 2013.

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Comment by Rhian Hutchings on May 11, 2011 at 17:03

Hi all,

Please find the meeting schedule here for your information just in case you can't find it!

Rhian

Welsh Pathfinder Phase One meetings

Comment by Rhian Hutchings on June 29, 2011 at 13:30
The Welsh Pathfinder has appointed Elaeanor Sellers as its researcher, Gavin Porter as its digital project assistant and Annabel Jackson Associates to evaluate and facilitate the partnership.
Comment by Rhian Hutchings on September 27, 2011 at 14:33

Next Artworks Wales Pathfinder meeting will take place on Thursday 6th October in Cardiff.

On the Agenda:

The Consultation

The Research Projects

The Partnership

Lunch!

Comment by Kate Strudwick on October 4, 2011 at 19:13
Just got back off leave and I'm endeavouring to read everything before the meeting...maybe I'm fighting a losing battle this time, but I will be attending.
Comment by Rhian Hutchings on December 8, 2011 at 16:55

Food For Art

How can we 'feed' artists who work or want to work in participatory settings?...

How can you 'feed' this question and feed yourself with the chance to win an iPad2?... Yes, you could win an iPad2 for taking 15 minutes to complete a survey!

ArtWorks Cymru is inviting you to influence the future of participatory arts training in Wales. You can play your part by taking a small amount of time out, to complete this on-line survey.

This survey is targeting key people, who are known for delivering quality participatory arts experiences... that's why we're inviting you! We will be asking you about your experiences in participatory arts and the training available to you. We want to hear from artists from all art forms, and at all stages in their career – we want to hear from you! This is new and ground breaking research because it offers you a unique chance to share your views on participatory arts in Wales.

After completing the survey, if you're interested in being more involved, you may also be invited to take part in one of five consultation sessions taking place across Wales. We understand how valuable your time is, so if you attend a consultation session you will receive £100 for three hours of your time… and a little networking over a free lunch!

Do not miss this opportunity to add your experience to the first course on the ArtWorks Cymru menu! You can answer the survey in Welsh or English- please follow the appropriate link:

English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/artworkswalesartists

Gymraeg: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/artworkscymruartistiad

The deadline for applications is 31st December 2011.

The information you give in the survey will remain anonymous and any identifying information will be removed from the report. The findings will form a published report that will be presented to Arts Council Wales with the aim of developing a training network for artists like you.

ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings’ is a Paul Hamlyn Foundation Special Initiative with support and funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Creativity Culture & Education (supported by Arts Council England) and the Cultural Leadership Programme.

If you have any questions about the research please contact Eleanor Sellers on: Artworkswales@wno.org.uk

 

Bwydo Celf

Sut allwn ni ‘fwydo’ artistiaid sy’n gweithio neu sydd eisiau gweithio mewn maes cyfranogol?...

Sut allwch chi ‘fwydo’r’ cwestiwn hwn a bwydo’ch hunan gyda chyfle i ennill iPad2?... Ie,  gallech chi ennill iPad2 am dreulio 15 munud yn llenwi holiadur!

Mae ArtWorks Cymru yn eich gwahodd i ddylanwadu ar ddyfodol hyfforddiant celfyddydol cyfranogol yng Nghymru. Gallwch chi gyfrannu trwy roi ychydig o’ch amser i lenwi’r holiadur ar-lein hwn.

Mae’r holiadur hwn yn targedu pobl allweddol sydd yn darparu profiadau celfyddydol cyfranogol.... a dyna pham ein bod yn eich gwahodd chi! Byddwn ni’n eich holi am eich profiadau o gelfyddydau cyfranogol a’r hyfforddiant sydd ar gael i chi. Rydym ni eisiau clywed gan artistiaid o bob ffurf celf, ac ar bob cam yn eu gyrfaoedd – rydym ni eisiau clywed gennych chi! Mae’r ymchwil hwn yn newydd ac arloesol oherwydd ei fod yn cynnig cyfle unigryw i chi rannu eich barn am y celfyddydau cyfranogol yng Nghymru.

Ar ôl cwblhau’r holiadur, os oes diddordeb gennych chi gymryd rhan ymhellach, efallai yr hoffech chi gael gwahoddiad i gymryd rhan yn un o bum sesiwn ymgynghori sy’n digwydd ledled Cymru. Rydym yn deall pa mor werthfawr yw eich amser, felly os ydych chi’n dod i sesiwn ymgynghori fe gewch £100 am dair awr o’ch amser... ac ychydig o rwydweithio dros ginio am ddim!

Peidiwch â cholli’r cyfle hwn i ychwanegu eich profiadau i’r cwrs cyntaf ar fwydlen ArtWorks Cymru! Mi allwch ateb yr arolwg yn y Gymraeg neu’r Saesneg- dilynwch y ddolen briodd :

Gymraeg: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/artworkscymruartistiad

English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/artworkswalesartists

Dyddiad cau am geisiadau yw’r 31 ain o Ragfyr 2011.

Bydd yr wybodaeth rydych chi’n ei rhoi yn yr holiadur yn aros yn ddienw a chaiff unrhyw wybodaeth adnabod ei thynnu allan o’r adroddiad. Bydd y canlyniadau’n ffurfio adroddiad gaiff ei gyhoeddi a’i gyflwyno i Gyngor Celfyddydau Cymru gyda’r bwriad o ddatblygu rhwydwaith hyfforddi i artistiaid fel chithau. 

Bydd yn adroddiad cyhoeddus hefyd, a chaiff ei roi ar wefan Cywaith Cymru: Menter Arbennig gan Sefydliad Paul Hamlyn yw ArtWorks: Datblygu Arfer mewn Lleoliadau Cymryd Rhan gyda chefnogaeth ac arian gan Gyngor Ymchwil y Celfyddydau a’r Dyniaethau, Creadigrwydd Diwylliant ac Addysg (yn cael eu cefnogi gan Gyngor Celfyddydau Lloegr) a’r Rhaglen Braenaru Diwylliannol.

Os oes gennych chi unrhyw gwestiynau ynghylch yr ymchwil, cysylltwch ag Eleanor Sellers ar: Artworkswales@wno.org.uk os gwelwch yn dda.

Comment by Rhian Hutchings on June 13, 2012 at 23:28

Thanks for a great meeting today lovely ArtWorks Cymru Partners!! So theraputic to run away to Ebbw Vale and have passionate discussions about participatory art all day!

Comment by Rhian Hutchings on July 3, 2012 at 15:52

http://www.adainavion.org/project/madebyhand1/

Check out the website for Adain Avion - the welsh cultural olympiad project - and find out more about Made by Hand, which is the first ArtWorks Cymru research project!

Comment by Rhian Hutchings on July 13, 2012 at 9:48

On Tuesday I presented an overview of our Phase One findings to a group of artists and organisations from Wales and also the five other pathfinders. Here is a link to the powerpoint version of the presentation I gave.

ArtWorks Cymru Phase One Findings

I hope to have the full reports up online in the next month. So watch out for that!

Comment by Kate Strudwick on July 13, 2012 at 18:02

I spend a very pleasant  morning with the group of women who participated in the Made by Hand project ie. coffee, Jaffa Cakes and a tremendous enthusiasm for all aspects of the project. They are now working with Head for Arts in planning taster sessions in other crafts (paper bead-making, feltmaking and knitting/crochet) and a local performance of Made by hand in September. They had remembered the choreographed hand movements taught to them by Jo and demonstrated them to me.

I told them about another interesting project (currently being exhibited in a new London Gallery (Suzanne Lacy's "Crystal Quilt"). This is so Cwm!

http://www.suzannelacy.com/1980swhisper_minnesota.htm

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