Gwyl Grefft Cymru - Craft Festival Wales - Cardigan Castle

About

Craft Festival Wales, which is funded by Arts Council of Wales, Ceredigion County Council and QEST, will showcase an exceptional handpicked selection of approximately ninety makers from across Wales and the UK – including jewellery makers, potters, furniture makers, textile artists, glassmakers and many more – all selling their finely made unique products directly to the public.

Craft Festival Wales welcomes people of all ages and offers a programme of exciting craft workshops, demonstrations, and masterclasses by some of the UK’s most prestigious makers. Over the weekend at the castle, there will be a Children’s Craft Tent, supported by Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre, National Wool Museum, Coleg Sir Gar and Small World Theatre - offering children the opportunity to get creative while having lots of fun.

As well as the activity over the weekend, Craft Festival Wales presents satellite events throughout the town, running for 4 weeks. Highlights include a ceramics exhibition, Significant Forms, with museum quality ceramics from Wales presented at Oriel Canfas curated by West Wales potter, Peter Bodenham; a Youth Project with QEST and Small World Theatre, a Sculpture Trail presented by Coleg Sir Gar in the castle grounds; The Capital of Craft LIVE (talks in the Manor House) and the Craft Festival Town Trail with six emerging makers presenting new work inspired by the National Museum’s Collection at six venues curated by Oriel Myrddin.

Trail venues are Mwldan, The Albion by Fforest, Crwst, Cardigan Bay Brownies, Awen Teifi, and Make it in Wales.

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Gwyl Grefft Cymru / Craft Festival Wales

Type:Arts & Crafts Event

Cardigan Castle & Gardens, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1JA

Opening Times

Craft Festival (6 Sept 2024 - 8 Sept 2024)

* Friday - Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
(Last entry 30 minutes before the end time)

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Cardigan CastleCardigan Castle & Gardens, CardiganThe Castle was erected in the 12th century and was the home of the first National Eistedfod in 1176. It was the overall winner of Channel 4's Great British Buildings Restoration of the Year

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