Criw Celf: Open Call to Artists and Participants
Span Arts present Criw Celf, an exciting new project aimed at children aged 10-11 with a passion for creative arts.
Artists and participants are needed for the project. See below for more details:
Open Call for Participants:
Do you know a young person with a talent and passion for the arts, who loves drawing, making, building and creating?
This is an amazing opportunity to be part of a regular art club, make new friends with similar interests and learn new skills.
Who is it for?
Year 5 & 6 (aged 9-11) who have shown a talent or special interest in the arts.
What does the programme include?
- Five master class workshops exploring a range of Art and Design areas, on Saturdays in May, June & July.
- The opportunity to experience working alongside professional Artists and Designers
- A professional group exhibition showcasing the work that has been created during Criw Celf masterclasses.
- An art materials kit and certificate of their achievement upon completion of the programme.
Fee: £20 per child, a small number of subsidised spaces are available.
Criw Celf Primary is an Arts Council of Wales funded project.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to apply. Deadline for applications 7th May.
Open Call for Artists:
Are you a professional visual artist, designer, film maker with experience of devising and delivering exciting, high quality workshops for 10-11 year olds? We are looking for a lead and supporting artist for each of our 5 masterclasses.
What? Criw Celf Primary is an Arts Council of Wales funded project for children who have shown a talent or special interest in Art.
Where? In the Narberth area
When? Saturdays, 10am to 4pm in May, June & July.
Deadline for expressions of interest: 25th April 2022
Selection will be made to ensure participants benefit from a varied programme of artforms, materials and techniques.
Please register your interest by email to email@example.com accompanied by an up-to-date CV. Current DBS essential, ability to speak Welsh is desirable.