Get involved with their Family Art Club – prizes up for grabs!
Tŷ Pawb are posting downloadable Family Art Club activities on their website and Facebook page every Saturday morning.
A recent activity was Make Your Own Mini Shoebox Den! Use your imagination! This is your shoe-box adventure. You can make a mini zoo, farm, woodland, beach or a secret meeting place for your dinosaurs or owls. Choose your characters and customise your little shoebox home for all your precious things.
And now there are even more great reasons to get involved!
- When Tŷ Pawb reopen they will be exhibiting some of your artwork created using any of their Family Art Club download activities. So don’t forget to keep your creations or share images of what you’ve made with them!
- Art Packs to win! For Family Art Club each week, they will then be selecting one of the creations you share with them as a lucky dip chosen at random. The lucky winner will receive an art pack with art materials inside. This is to be collected from Tŷ Pawb when they re-open.
- You can then share images of what you’ve made by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org. They’ll also be featuring all your photos on their website gallery.
You can download all their Family Art Club activities from their website to take part in at any time –
Introducing Our Second “Creative Assignments Artist”
We’re delighted to introduce Sophie Lindsey as the second artist to be selected for their Arts At Home Creative Assignments. These projects are for audiences to undertake whilst at home – something that makes people feel connected to others and part of a community, be that their street, their town, or the wider world.
Sophie’s Creative Assignment is entitled “Really Wild Lockdown”.
Based in Abergavenny, Sophie is an artist who has made humorous and thoughtful works around the world. Sophie will invite you to submit short video clips with narration that record your own, or other members of your household’s, behaviour during lockdown. This is to create a collective nature documentary which will be exhibited at Tŷ Pawb’s reopening exhibition.
Instructions and basic tutorials will demonstrate different strategies and camera techniques. Also participants will use their phones to record the documentary-style footage.
They’ll be posting all the info you need to take part very soon. Stay tuned!
Take a look at their website for more info about the Arts At Home programme.
For more events, check out our What’s on guide here.