Art

It’s an Awesome Autumn

We’ve been wonderfully busy creating a programme of events, support, training, symposiums, exhibitions and a Mental Health Arts Festival: Walls:Muriau....

The Blog Maestro’s (Not Quite) Monthly Mash-Up

The Blog Maestro’s (Not Quite) Monthly Mash-Up

Happy New Year from Everyone at DAC! As you can see from the change of colour scheme DAC has begun...

DAC In North Wales

DAC In North Wales

Development Officer Sara Beer reports on Disability Arts Cymru’s recent trip to North Wales in November. It doesn’t happen very...

Stitches for an Exhibition

Stitches for an Exhibition

Today we welcome artist Eileen Harrison to the blog with a delightful and evocative guest blog about her work… As...

Little Sparks Festival Round-Up

Little Sparks Festival Round-Up

Welcome to the second post about L;ttle Sparks – a bumper round up for you to enjoy! Disability Arts Cymru...

Arteffact: Culture For Better Mental Health

Arteffact: Culture For Better Mental Health

Arteffact is a unique project in North Wales using museum and archive collections to inspire creativity and promote mental well-being....

Menna Elfyn: To Write Is To Read

Menna Elfyn: To Write Is To Read

Today we are thrilled to welcome poet Menna Elfyn to the blog… Menna Elfyn is an award-winning poet and playwright who writes...

Welcome From The Blog Maestro!

Welcome From The Blog Maestro!

A huge welcome to the #atDAC blog! If, like me, you’ve got torrential rain pouring down your windows then I...

DAC Annual Exhibition showing now at Celf o Gwmpas

DAC Annual Exhibition showing now at Celf o Gwmpas

Our Annual exhibition is currently showing at Celf o Gwmpas, Llandrindod Wells, Powys. You can see a selection of the...

The image is a blue imprint of a man's back, following a foot massage from artist, Sue Kent, the image could be interpreted in many ways if the viewer didn't know how it had been created, it could look like a tree stump, a waterfall, a glacier, or just smeary blue paint, but knowing that it was made in this way makes it interesting, plus there is a film that was shown of the massage in progress

Meet DAC Member Artist and Poet Sue Kent

I first became involved with Disability Arts Cymru when I attended a disability pride event in Cardiff. There I met...