Criw Celf - Span Arts
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Criw Celf

Art Master Classes for Children

Message in a Box – A letter to the Planet

Criw Celf Primary is anArts Council of Wales funded project for children who have shown a talent or special interest in art. Young people from Pembrokeshire, aged 9-11 applied to become part of this exciting creative project with SPAN.

Over several weeks, the programme featured  in-person, outdoor sessions with artists Imogen Mills, Nia Lewis and Di Ford. Participants had the opportunity to enjoy five master classes led by professional artists, exploring a range of art techniques and skills. It was an amazing opportunity for the children to be part of an exciting creative project where they made new friends with similar interests and learnt new skills.

Over a series of three sessions the children stepped out into nature, focused on their surroundings, took what they discovered and turned it into a poem. They practiced new drawing and mark making techniques, as well as creating exciting textures with a variety of materials.
Using their poems and textured materials they created their own fantastical 3D worlds within a box.