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NONaffArt ARTIST OF THE MONTH

Congratulations to Michael Owen for being our first NONaffArt Artist of the Month! Michael has attended all of our figurative ceramic sessions at the Newbridge Memo as a complete beginner to sculpting, yet over just a short period of time achieved work of such a high quality and detail. When he was in school, Michael…

Box Art Gallery

Introducing the Box Gallery NONaffArt is proud to announce the opening of a gallery space in our studio at the Newbridge Memo which will be hosting work by members of the studio. Each month an artist will be presenting recent and ongoing work that can be viewed in the gallery space during the opening times…

New Workshops Starting Soon!

NONaffArt will be running a new block of courses at the Newbridge Memo throughout the coming weeks. Monday On a Monday we will be introducing a beginner’s animation workshop for 14 to 16-year-olds. In this course, you will be creating a character and designing a setting the character will interact with which will then be…

Bran and the Bees at Cwmcarn Forest Visitor Centre

NONaffArt is proud to be involved in the unveiling of a new sculpture project at Cwmcarn Forest. The project explores the myths and legends surrounding Twmbarlwm which has a long and inspiring history in Welsh culture. NONaffArt have been busy working on this exciting project for the last couple of months to illustrate the myth…

Meet the Artist: Tina Phillips

Tina Phillips has always been interested in textiles ever since she was a child. She has been fascinated with textures and colours and how things were constructed from an early age. She was taught to sew, crochet and knit before the age of seven and this started her journey of discovery; learning that there is…

Meet the Artist: Rebecca Hammett/TEMMAH

Rebecca Hammett’s fascination with creating art through building, drawing, and painting started as far back as she can remember “I regard art not as just a career path but as a way of life, what’s more as a means of human communication”. Rebecca is dyslexic and sees creative practices as a language that was more accessible to…