Teachers – CY

Teachers can put forward group applications for up to 10 students by submitting digital images via email, or arranging portfolio viewings with your local project contact. For further information please get in touch with your area’s project contact.

Contact Details

For all queries relating to Criw Celf Primary, Criw Celf Secondary, Portfolio, and Raising the Bar in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot, please contact Megan Leigh at Mission Gallery by emailing megan@missiongallery.co.uk or calling 01792 652 016

For all queries relating to Criw Celf Primary and Criw Celf Secondary in Carmarthenshire, please contact Emma Baker at Oriel Myrddin by emailing ejbaker@carmarthenshire.gov.uk or calling 01267 222 775

For all queries relating to Portfolio and Raising the Bar in Carmarthenshire, please contact Saron Jones-Hughes at Coleg Sir Gar by emailing saron.jones-hughes@colegsirgar.ac.uk or calling 01554 701 686.

Taster Sessions

Taster sessions are shorter, more condensed versions of the masterclasses on offer in Criw Celf. Our artists will visit your school and provide a practical workshop in their area of expertise. These workshops can also be linked to any current module themes. Previous sessions have included glass design, textiles, ceramics and mural design. These sessions are free of charge. We also provide additional outreach activities. Please get in touch to find out more.

Teacher Testimonials

Here are a few testimonials from teachers we have worked with.

Every one of our students has spoken highly of the workshops, trips, and exhibitions provided, and having spoken with parents, I can testify to the gratitude they feel for the positive effect not only on their children’s experience of a wide variety of skills, but also on their self-confidence and enthusiasm for the visual arts.

Euros Rowlands, Head of Art, Ystalyfera

Criw Celf has supported brilliant artistic pupils and over the years we have been able to give our More Able and Talented pupils an opportunity to continue their learning experiences outside the classroom by attending a programme of artistic experiences while working with professional artists. Everyone who has attended these extra curriculum activities have all thoroughly enjoyed their experience

Ros Williams, Head of Art, Dwr Y Felin

Criw Celf has supported brilliant artistic pupils and over the years we have been able to give our More Able and Talented pupils an opportunity to continue their learning experiences outside the classroom by attending a programme of artistic experiences while working with professional artists. Everyone who has attended these extra curriculum activities have all thoroughly enjoyed their experience

Charlotte Lewis, Head of Art, Bishopston Comprehensive