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Current Projects

Y Tŷ Celf - The Art House works in the community with various partners and Arts Council Grant funding to bring about rewarding workshops in 2Dand 3D visual arts. There is something to suit everyone. ​

Health & well-being grant ACW

People living with dementia

Y Ty Celf are proud to be continuing our creative workshops for those People Living with Dementia, through a Health and Well Being Grant from the Arts Council of Wales this will see these classes through to Sept 2024. 


Monday afternoons see workshops full of creativity, warmth and inclusion. Participants are invited to share their stories, news and experiences, being heard amongst friends and benefiting from expressing themselves through the different mediums e.g. expressive abstract art, singing and sewing, reliving memories. 


Monday Morning workshops bring in our residents from POBL Adults in supported living group for a morning of laughter, tea, biscuits and creativity. 

Ty Celf artists work closely with the support workers to produce workshops that are relevant and useful for the residents homes and families, producing greeting cards that can be sent home to friends and families as well as seasonal art works for their walls.

Friendships and social connections being formed and a place where the participants are welcomed can voice their opinions and expressions using the colours and different mediums available. 

Health & well-being for young people

Ty Celf are very conscious of providing creative opportunities for young people, and the importance of a welcoming space to explore and express themselves through art and crafts.

Y Ty Celf has extended its workshops to welcome Stradey School on a weekly basis as an alternative curriculum learning opportunity and an after school workshop for young people. 

These young people are welcomed to embrace the different mediums in both 2D and 3D Art & Crafts and are following a programme for 48 weeks, this will include lessons and workshops in Formal elements of art and design, traditional and heritage crafts such as stained glass, will be looking to produce art from recycled materials, designing and making jewellery, learning about colour theory and abstract mark making. Each participant will be developing and working on their own sketch books.


Supporting young people in the community has its challenges and YTC have provided workshops for the session support workers from the respective organisations to enable the staff to have quiet, creative reflective moments and produce mindful mandalas.  

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