Category: Projects

Journey to the Afterlife

The journey for making this film starts with the Writer’s squad of Merthyr Tydfil working with writer Dan Anthony to create their script for “Journey to the Afterlife”. Merthyr Tydfil Libraries service (part of MerthyrContinue reading

Digital Magic

Hello readers and welcome to a very overdue blog post! It’s been I don’t know how long since our last entry so I think you all deserve an update on what we’ve been up to.Continue reading


A Heritage Lottery Funded digital storytelling project about the 84-85 Miners Strike. The project took place in the South Wales Valleys and was supported by organisations such as Big Pit National Coal Museum and AneurinContinue reading

Merthyr Reflections

This album contains digital stories created on the Merthyr Reflections project. It took place at the time Merthyr Old Town Hall was being regenerated by Heritage Lottery Fund and Merthyr Housing Association to become RedContinue reading

Who Do I Think I Was?

“Who Do I Think I Was” is a Head4Arts project, supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and delivered in partnership with Gwent and Glamorgan Archives. This project enabled young people toContinue reading

Merthyr and The Biscuit Factory

This film is part of the Literature Wales’ Invent Your Event outreach scheme funded by the Welsh Government as part of the Roald Dahl 100 celebrations.  Mae’r ffilm hwn yn rhan o raglan allestyn DyfeisioContinue reading

Furnace to Flowers

Furnace to Flowers in Ebbw Vale has been announced as the Grow Wild flagship site for Wales, winning the public vote to receive £120,000 funding. The site will transform parts of the former Ebbw ValeContinue reading

Llanhilleth Heritage Centre Digital Stories

Llanhilleth Heritage Centre Digital Stories Llanhilleth Institute in Llanhilleth, near Abertillery in Blaenau Gwent Wales received Heritage Lottery Funding to set up and run a heritage centre and website. Breaking Barriers Community Arts were askedContinue reading

Special Effectively Spooky

Special Effectively Spooky This project contains movies made at a workshop . The workshop enabled children to experiment with chroma keying using a green screen. Other technology used by the children were iPad, i-rigContinue reading