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Criw Celf North Wales – Open Call to Artists

Published, 07/08/2017

Open Call for artists to work with Criw Celf North Wales

Criw Celf North Wales originated in Gwynedd in 2007 and has been a partnership between Anglesey Council, Conwy County Borough Council, Denbighshire County Council, Flintshire County Council and Wrexham County Borough Council since 2012 to make it the first pan-North Wales visual art project targeted at more able and talented (MAT) young artists.

A series of six workshops will be on offer to each participant working at inspirational sites across the region. We are looking for highly experienced professional artists, makers and creative practitioners to run workshops looking at a variety of artistic techniques and working with a range of materials. Each county will have 3 Criw Celf groups running, year 5 and 6, year 7 and 8 and year 9 and all participants will be selected through an application process.

We are also looking for artists to run workshops as part of the Portfolio, for GCSE Students, and Raising the Bar, for AS and A level students, programme.

Criw Celf North Wales invites artists, makers and creative practitioners to send an expression of interest letter by email, for our 2017/18 programme.

You should include a proposal for a masterclass and what materials and techniques will be used. Please also state which counties in North Wales you are applying to work in. The fee per day is £250 inclusive of materials, travel and subsistence.

The deadline for ‘Expressions of Interest' accompanied by an up-to-date CV is 31 August 2017.

Criw Celf is funded by The Arts Council of Wales and each of the six North Wales Local Authorities.

Please send your completed applications, by email, to gwenno.e.jones@flintshire.gov.uk


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