Here are some updates from Arts Care Gofal Celf, providing links to keep you in touch with The Arts over the coming weeks.
Dance and fitness
ACGC’s Angharad James has been getting some new routines together.
Zumba 2: three new routines to learn: click here
in addition to the link below which was circulated last week: click here
Strong: for those who really want to push themselves, click here
Seated Dance: click here (this was linked last week)
Funky Bounce: tricky without boots, but fun nevertheless – click here
Kids Dance: click here (this was also linked last week).
Any donations are welcome for the Arts Care Gofal Celf sessions, via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org, with proceeds going towards Mental Health Art & Dance Programmes and projects when we are back to normality. For Strong and Funky Bounce, any donations will help to keep the studio going during this terrible time, so please feel free to donate via PayPal to email@example.com.
Another of ACGC’s dance artists Emily Lucas is doing live zumba sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays at 7pm. Also, ACGC’s dance artist Freya has a Facebook page called ‘Forest Fairy Friends’ which includes dance opportunities for adults and children.
Graffiti artist Lloyd Roberts, who has led lots of wonderful ACGC projects, has created a ‘how to do your own graffiti letters workshop’; click here.
Stories and creative Facebook page for children
Artist Cheryl Beer, who has delivered a number of writing workshops and projects for ACGC over the years, has put together a resource for children on Facebook; search for ‘The Tickety Boo Crew’ or click here.
Looking for entries from anyone age 70 and over, in a range of different art forms; deadline end of May and prize is £1000! Click here to enter.
Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber will be releasing a full-length, smash-hit musical once a week for you to watch for free! Click here.
Multi arts resources
A range of resources collected and shown by Oriel Blodau Bach; click here.
Cards and collage thanks to Sally
Click here for some simple ideas for cards and collage thanks to ACGC’s Sally. Have a go and post off to someone you care about, brighten up their day with a little hand-made card or picture.