Earth Hour 2016
Planet Pledges in Blaenavon
On Saturday 19th March, Head4Arts was joined by over 70 audience members at a special Earth Hour event in Blaenavon World Heritage Centre and Library.
Understanding World War One
Head4Arts was delighted to showcase the World War One: A Valleys View project at the Heritage Lottery Fund’s First World War: Then and Now event on Tuesday 10th November.
Over 400 people helped us to create four fantastic autumnal artworks during this year’s Arty Parky events.
Welcome to Head4Arts…
H4A works proactively to promote regeneration through stimulating creativity.
Established in April 2008, Head for Arts is a community arts organisation which operates in the eastern heads of the valleys area covering the county boroughs…
PROJECT: Made By Hand
Women from Cwm were taken on a journey that started with some informal textile workshops and ended up in a multi-media performance installation in the fuselage of a plane!read more
PROJECT: Ynys Gwydr
Merthyr Tydfil may be famous for its industrial past but this project focused on a completely different era – the area’s early medieval past.read more
In 2009 Head for Arts was challenged to develop a Cauldrons & Furnaces project at Blaenavon Ironworks as part of Wales’ celebrations for the Cultural Olympiad.read more
Working with Head for Arts has given me an amazing opportunity to participate in something I would never otherwise be able to do. It has been an unforgettable experience.
- Steve, Community Soloist, Ynys Gwydr Community Opera
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April 5th, 2016
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March 31st, 2016
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