As part of this year’s Get Creative Festival, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Menter Gorllewin Sir Gâr are going on a creative tour around Carmarthenshire!
On 16 May 2019, Llinos from Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Siân Elin from Menter Gorllewin Sir Gâr will be visiting schools and devising creative workshops for pupils. The varied workshops will offer an opportunity to promote confidence, learn performance skills and give the pupils an opportunity to learn new games. The workshops are available to years 3 to 6, and are a great way to introduce the world of Welsh language theatre to the pupils. The workshops will include creating a story by using props, and using movement creatively, and will last around half an hour, with space for 30 pupils in each workshop.
The annual Get Creative Festival – now in its fourth year – shines a light on innovative and inspiring creative activity across the UK. Last year’s festival saw more than 1,400 events across the UK and 2019 is set to be another successful year, with arts organisations and community groups hosting opportunities for people to try their hand at something new and creative.
If you’d like us to visit your school, and in order to arrange a time, please contact:
Nesta Jones, 01267 233 882 / email@example.com.
Get Creative Festival
Get Creative Festival is an annual celebration of creative participation of all kinds and the many benefits that taking part can bring to both individuals and communities. As part of the festival, creative groups and organisations across the UK are invited to showcase their creativity and welcome new people to join them. It is a great way for people to find out how to get creative on their doorstep and try something different with hundreds of hands-on events on offer.
11 – 19 May 2019
Get Creative Festival is delivered in partnership with 64 Million Artists, Arts Council England, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Arts Council of Wales, the BBC, Crafts Council, Creative People and Places, Creative Scotland, Family Arts Campaign, Local Government Association, Libraries Connected, Scottish Library & Information Council, Voluntary Arts and What Next?
Get Creative is a campaign that celebrates and supports the everyday creativity happening in homes and public spaces across the UK. Get Creative aims to inspire people to try something new at home or at a Get Creative event and to encourage people to share their own examples of everyday creativity. It also aims to raise and increase the profile of grassroots practice within communities.
The Get Creative Steering Group work together to coordinate the campaign and is made up of representatives from: 64 Million Artists, Arts Council England, Arts Council Northern Ireland, Arts Council of Wales, the BBC, Crafts Council, Creative People and Places, Creative Scotland, Family Arts Campaign, Voluntary Arts, and What Next?
7 May 2019