Cwrdd is a series of interventions and discussions loosely based on the shape of a Sunday Service. It will take the form of music, performances, reflections and recitations, followed by a traditional chapel tea.
Sunday 27th November, 12-3pm at Tabernacle Chapel , Upper Mostyn Street, Llandudno.
Cultural democracy and regeneration: getting communities involved in the future development of disused buildings.
There will be an open discussion after the tea to talk about the past, present and future of the building.
- 12 pm -12.45 pm: Service
- 12.45 pm – 1.45 pm: Tea and conversation
- 1.45 pm – 2.45 pm: Dadl | Debate in the Vestry
With performances from:
Sophie McKeand: Writer, Poet, Performer working in Community Participatory Arts.
Young People’s Laureate Wales April 2016 – 2018. Winner of the Out Spoken award for Innovation in Poetry 2015. http://www.sophiemckeand.com/
Martin Daws: Spoken Word Poet, Writer and Creative Educator with 20 years professional experience. http://www.martindaws.com/
John Lawrence: A performance from this acclaimed musician.
With contributions from:
Marc Rees: creator and curator of installation and performance, his work is an artistic response to place and community
Marian Delyth: lens based artist, photographer and graphic designer and resident artist at Tabernacle May 2016.
Sarah Younan: Artist, Maker, Project manager, Lecturer / academic, Researcher and resident artist at Tabernacle June 2016.
Jenny Hall: creative Director, Crafted Space-Art and Architecture practice and resident artist at Tabernacle September 2016.
Megan Broadmeadow: digital and performance artist and creative producer.
Roger Hughes: co Founder of CEG , Cerddoriaeth Eyri a’r Gogledd / Music of Snowdonia and North Wales; a collective of creative musicians, songwriters, and composers working together to enable their music to be heard and developing creative music opportunities in the North West Wales area and further afield.
Jane Greenfield: Co-Director of London based arts organisation Home Live Art. Jane has been an active member of the international dance and live arts community, curating festivals such as Coastal Currents in Hastings.
Gerry Sweeny: Gerry has been involved with Tabernacl for over 10 years and is currently Chair of Llandudno Civic Society; Chair of the Friends of Happy Valley; Trustee of Llandudno Museum; Director of Llandudno Hospitality Association; and sits on the Management Committee of the Friends of West Shore; The Coastal Forum and The Conwy County Conservation Area Advisory Panel.
Clive Wolfendale: CEO of CAIS, the Llandudno based charity which provides services to disadvantaged people across Wales including the Change Step military veterans’ programme and the Jigsaw Organisation, which helps ex-offenders reintegrate into society. He is a keen advocate of the Welsh language and is a trustee of Nant Gwrtheyrn language and cultural centre. Clive is a passionate amateur musician and involved in a number of local groups.
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