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Celf o Gwmpas
Celf o Gwmpas
Oriel Beaufort
Llandrindod
LD1 5EB
Powys
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Kayte Phillips
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Rydym yn cynnal prosiectau gweledol, perfformio ac amgylcheddol o ansawdd uchel ledled Powys. Mae ein rhaglen o brosiectau cyffrous a heriol yn cynnwys creu ffilm, animeiddio, cerflunio, peintio, drama a cherdd, ar gyfer pobl ag anableddau dysgu ac i rai sy'n aml yn cael eu heithrio o gymdeithas. Rydym yn arddangos ein gwaith trwy berfformiadau ac arddangosfeydd cyhoeddus, drwy'r DU ac yn Oriel Beaufort.

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Prosiectau rhyngwladol

April 2016: Kettuki Arts Centre (Finland) ‘Kettuki Artists of the year’ Exhibition at Centre Celf, current artist of the year residency supported by a Kettuki artist tutor, skill sharing session for a peer group of young and emerging artists and artist’s talk. Every year Kettuki chooses "The artist of the year" and arranges a solo exhibitition for the artist. The first one was chosen in 2004 and since then Kettuki has chosen learning disabled artists annually, from all over Finland. An exception was made in 2009, when Danish artist Kenneth Rasmussen was chosen. The exhibition will feature work by the 12 Artists of the year from the Kettuki-collection. 2017: Solo exhibition of work by Celf o Gwmpas supported artist Dean Warburton at Kettuki Arts Centre, Hämeenlinna, Finland. Spring/Summer 2016: The Nina Haggerty Centre for The Arts (The Nina): Confusement Residency, Collaborative Workshops, Training & Exhibition Three week artistic residency with learning disabled artist Scott Berry supported by the Nina’s Artistic Director Paul Freeman. The artist will share his artistic practices, network with peers and share the working process developed for a collaborative group installation project Confusement. A major component of this installation was figurative sculptures made from the bodies of the artists who participated in the project. The Canadian artist will introduce this way of working to learning disabled artists in Wales and collaborate with them to produce a new work that uses these forms. Confusement, according to Scott Berry is, ‘the feeling of being stared at but no one can see who you are.’ Scott will direct the idea of the gallery becoming a confusing maze with immersive properties and surprising results. Week One: Travel to Wales from Edmonton – get settled in accommodation & acclimate to the time change etc. Visit the Centre CELF studio and meet peers – install artwork from The Nina studios. Workshop sessions in studios, explore Llandrindod Wells and build rapport with other artists. Week Two: Begin making figures and brainstorming installation strategy/themes. Collaboration to determine location and installation hanging strategy Week Three: Creation of the collaborative installation piece, Exhibition opening and artist’s talk. Return to Edmonton. 2018: Extended residency at the Banff Arts Centre, Alberta, Canada co-presented by Indefinite Arts and the Nina Haggerty Centre for The Arts.

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