Thank you to everyone who came today to sketch at St Mary’s Church, Kidwelly.
I hope I can speak for everyone, to say that it was a truly inspiring experience in a wonderful historic place and we are definitely coming back!
Also to the wonderful team of volunteers who are creating a wonderful experience for the people of Kidwelly for tomorrow Remembrance Sunday Centenary,
Red and Purple poppies everywhere creatively produced and displayed throughout the town and around the Church where we were sketching today, thank you.
Half the group of 15 (which is fab when it was just a horrid day) ended up in Time for Tea on the High Street for a well deserved cuppa!
Our next meeting is on Saturday 8th December 3-4pm at the Kidwelly Community Hub, for Christmas Drinks and Mince Pies for us to say thank you for all your support.
If you are interested in joining us then please email us at email@example.com and we can keep you posted on all our up and coming events.
We just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone that took part in the ‘Drawing on the Past” Sketchbook Walks, supported and participants at our Mural Painting Day at the Kidwelly Industrial Museum.
All involved produced an amazing piece of work and it’s all due to the wonderful participants who have been so committed and have been wonderfully creative and inspiring over the last few months.
We hope that all that have been involved will be able to continue with us on our next adventure.
In the mean time here are few images of our mural painting day… enjoy!
Thanks to the support of the Trustees of the Museum we are able to put on the this event.
Starting at 11am this morning we will have a morning (11am -1pm) and afternoon (2pm-4pm) session of painting the Reception Building at the museum.
We will have a community lunch at 1-2pm kindly produced by Caffi Iechyd Da it will be free to all the mural participants.
We also have a Kidwelly Black Cat Trail – suitable to the under 12’s
And last but not least we have produced an exhibition of all the work that has been produced over the last 2 sketchbook walks in the Kidwelly area,
**Also we have a free bus that will be shuttling people for Kidwelly Town Square to the Museum curtesy of Burns Pet Food.
We would like to say a huge thanks to the community for supporting our events and are looking forward to our next project…
Thanks to Lucy, Sian and Lindsey in prepping the site ready for today – Roz due to illness has been supporting on the digital front.
Bank Holiday Monday 28th August 2017
Funded by the Big Lottery Fund we have developed a Community Arts Project in collaboration with the trustees of Kidwelly Industrial Museum called ‘Drawing on the Past’.
Which has comprised of 3 Sketchbook Walks in the Kidwelly Area open to all abilities, ages and focusing on the Industrial Heritage of the Kidwelly area:
- The Castle Walk to Kidwelly Castle
- Kidwelly Quay
- Kidwelly Industrial Museum (including a tour)
Sketches from these events (submitted by participants) have been collated and developed into a design for the Mural Painting event at the Kidwelly Industrial Museum.
The Mural will be painted on the Reception Block of the Museum by the general public and supported and guided by the four artists from the Gwendraeth Arts Lab:
Roz Moreton, Lucy Donald, Sian Barlow and Lindsey Witcombe.
The ‘Drawing on the Past’ project has been supported by the Big Lottery Fund, The Kidwelly Industrial Museum and at the Mural Painting Day by Caffi Iechyd Da, which will be providing a community picnic for the event and a FREE Bus from Kidwelly Town centre courtesy of Burns Pet Food.
Date: Bank Holiday Monday 28th August 2017
Time: Mural Painting Morning Session 11am – 1pm
Community Picnic – open to all and free to Mural Painters
Mural Painting Afternoon Session 2pm – 4pm
We look forward to see you there – creating inspiration for our community.
Welcome to Gwendraeth Arts LAB, our first project ‘Drawing on the Past’ starting of with a series of 3 Sketchbook Walks in the Kidwelly are, our first one on Bank Holiday Monday 29th May 2017 was at the Kidwelly Castle Walk – see what we got up too…
Our next was at Kidwelly Quay on the Sunday 18th June 2017, it was a beautiful day in a beautiful location…