Our launch is an opportunity to hear more about our new digital arts project Span Digidol and contribute to the evolution of the project. Artists, technologists and members of the public are all invited to come along and be inspired by talks and demos and play with some hands-on technology, guided by artists Gemma Green-Hope, Penny Jones and Stefhan Caddick all of whom use the digital realm to make or enhance their work.
We have some great ideas for projects and Emma Posey, founder and Director of the network bloc will be facilitating informal discussions around this – we want to hear what you think and what you would like to see happen in your communities!
A fishy tale of magic and adventure, Ned and the Whale will scoop you up and sail you away on a quest to help
Ned find his courage, discover the truth behind the mysterious Kingdom of Spies and leap fearlessly into the far reaches of your imagination.
This year we are taking a break from ‘River of Lights’ (Haverfordwest’s hugely popular community lantern parade) to recoup, reflect and start to make a plan for the future.
Taking a year out will provide us with the space needed to make the 2019 parade even bigger, better and brighter and give us time to have conversations with more people about the future of the event.
Your chance to get involved will take place at IGNITE on 31st October, from 5-9pm at HaverHub, when Span Arts and spacetocreate have organised an evening of inspirational film-screenings, light-painting and other ‘gifts of light’ from local artists and organisations. A bar and hot food will also be available.
Span Digidol is launching with an exciting competition, open to all with the chance to win a special prize. Create a digital image, film or animation based on the Span Arts’ logo in motion. Think a boat in the water, someone stirring tea, a cat chasing a string.
Deadline: 30 November 2018
Cân Sing: Span Arts Singing Workshop
Everyone can sing!
Join us twice a month for singing workshops in the Gallery at Span Arts, Narberth.
Led by Natural Voice Practitioner Catriona Fothergill, the group is friendly and open to all abilities and interests.
Singing is uplifting, life-affirming and fun! Learn how to sing songs from all over the world in harmony.
No previous experience is necessary. Relaxed, fun and friendly group, open to all.