- Mauda's Story
Our Oasis Refugee and Asylum Seeker Film and Music Project in Cardiff was funded by The South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner’s Victims Fund. As part of this programme we facilitated a film and music project - the ‘Oasis Music Group’ - a workshop which supports asylum seeker…Go to video page
- Through the Woods - Trauma Recovery
Over the last few years we have been working in partnership with Barnardo’s Cymru and in collaboration with South Wales Police and Bawso on a range of film and arts projects which explore different issues with young people at risk of and who have experienced child sexual exploita…Go to video page
As part of our ‘Make it Happen’ 3 year programme funded by Hub Cymru Africa, The Waterloo Foundation and The Arts Council of Wales, our creative team travelled to Kenya this Spring to work with the Maasai. Here's the fantastic welcome we had and some of the work we helped with.Go to video page
- FGM Animation Workshop at Enkiteng Lepa School in Kenya
As part of our ‘Make it Happen’ 3 year programme funded by Hub Cymru Africa, The Waterloo Foundation and The Arts Council of Wales, our creative team travelled to Kenya this Spring to work with the Maasai. The aim of this project was to increase understanding of girls’ education…Go to video page
- A Day in the life of Enkiteng Lepa School
As part of our ‘Make it Happen’ 3 year programme funded by Hub Cymru Africa, The Waterloo Foundation and The Arts Council of Wales, our creative team travelled to Kenya this Spring to work with the Maasai. The aim of this project was to increase understanding of girls’ educati…Go to video page
- Person-Centred Creativity
Devised by Valley and Vale Community Arts, Person Centred Creativity (PCC) is a remarkable twelve year collaboration between artists, counsellors and a social worker. It is a unique, incredibly successful, initiative. From humble beginnings it has become a nationally renowned…Go to video page
- Flow - Welsh Water and Valley and Vale
- #noblurredlines Participatory Theatre Project
As part of our Drama for Emotional Health programme, we were excited to announce a new and groundbreaking participatory theatre project funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and supported by The Arts Council of Wales and Bridgend County Borough Council – #noblurredlines. Aimed…Go to video page
- Where Are The Boys?
The project ‘Where are the Boys?’ was a collaboration between Valley and Vale Community Arts and Barnardo’s Cymru Seraf Service, which works with vulnerable young people who are at risk of or involved in Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). Our project ‘Where are the Boys?’, funded b…Go to video page
- Sing for WaterAid in Cardiff
“We are singing for Wateraid because we feel it’s everybody’s right to have safe water…” The first ever ‘Sing For Water Cardiff’ took place on Sunday 31 May 2015 in Cardiff Bay this year. Hundreds of singers from choirs all over Wales and beyond gathered together at the Oval…Go to video page
This is where we are selling some of the arts products created in our workshops and projects so that more people are able to see them and enjoy the work created.
These products have mostly not been made with the intention of selling them, but we think that these products give a good example of what people are able to produce given the right opportunities, belief, and professional facilitation.
Because we work with people, these products also explore life issues from a range of different viewpoints; these are the views of the people we are working with, and we think that their messages are important to share with a wider audience. We hope you agree.