poetry

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....

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...

Feeling the fear – And doing it anyway…

Feeling the fear – And doing it anyway…

Today we’re welcome DAC Member and poet Des Mannay about his poetry and what he’s learned in 2015… Backtrack –...

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...

DAC and Me

DAC and Me

In a personal post, Tom Wentworth explores what Disability Arts Cymru means to him. I don’t know if you can...

DAC at Hijinx Unity Festival

DAC at Hijinx Unity Festival

The Hijinx Unity Festival runs in Cardiff from 1st – 5th July 2015. Development Officer Sara Beer tells us about...

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...

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...