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Search for the Rainbow Art Competition Workshops

From Tue 13th Feb to Wed 14th Feb, various times

The annual ‘Search for the Rainbow’ Competition is back for 2024!

If you’re a keen artist looking to expand your creative potential or a seasoned artist aiming to reach the next level. The competition aims to push your skills to whole new heights!
There are two age categories for the competition. Being 11-18 and 19-25.

We want you to create an A4 sized artwork, featuring rainbow colours. To show the pockets of happiness and brightness to look for!

Weather your just starting out, it’s the perfect opportunity to begin your journey as an artist. But also creating amazing pieces of art, and developing skills all simultaneously

Please view our video for further explanation on this year’s competition

There’s no cost to enter the competition!

Want to learn more?

Go to Search for the Rainbow

More info

Duration

Workshops held at:

YMa! from 10am-2pm, Tuesday 13th February

Cwmparc Community Association from 10am-2pm, Wednesday 14th February

 

 

Dates

From Tue 13th Feb to Wed 14th Feb, various times

Pricing

There’s no cost to enter the competition!

However please contact us if there are any financial barriers for taking part. Or if you can’t attend the sessions but would like to participate

You can contact us via our email, Facebook, X (Twitter) or Instagram.

About Search for the Rainbow
The ‘Search for the Rainbow’ art competition was launched in October 2020.
The art competition is to raise aspirations and give young artists a platform to express their creative talents.
The competition aims to encourage young people to also learn new artforms and develop their existing skills. Learning forms such as graffiti, fine art, illustration and ceramics.
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Location
Yma Design

YMa

Orginally known locally as the YMCA, YMa is a complete re-imagining of the original Pontypridd YMCA building. Of course with a modern twist! In which the original building was constructed over a hundred years ago, in 1910 within Pontypridd Town Centre.

Opening their doors in September 2022 the redeveloped YMa building will not only regenerate life into the building, from the original design, but also regenerate life within the local arts community around Pontypridd.

The name YMa also ties in to the Welsh word for ‘here’, while also embracing it’s history form it’s original YMCA name.

If you’d like to learn about YMa please visit their website!

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  • Accepted file types: pdf, jpg, Max. file size: 50 MB.
  • In order for us to keep funding projects like these we need to understand your experience of this project and whether taking parts in these activities help the way you feel about yourself and your life. Please answer the following questions based on how you felt before completing you art work.
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Staff

Photograph of Jessica Jenkins
Jessica Jenkins
Youth Arts Project Co-ordinator
 
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