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Friday, 13 November 2015

Inspirational Archives, 18 November, 2015

This year, as part of our Explore your Archive campaign we are running an Inspirational Archives event on 18 November 2015, 12pm to 7pm. There will be lectures on photography and demonstrations of LiDAR, GIS, reconstruction drawing and digital 3D modelling, to illustrate different ways of looking at the world. Three artists will be in residence for the day, running workshops to help inspire you to create something of your own using copies of material from our archives.
Mixed media picture created by The Mad Mountain
 Stitchers, inspired by the photograph of miners in Coity Pits.

 Miners in Coity Pits, from the John Cornwell Collection , NPRN: 433.

Even if you can’t join us, take a look at Coflein, our online site database and catalogue. Here you will find thousands of amazing images that will inspire you to bake a cake, write a poem or paint a picture. Make a digital copy of your creation and submit it to us by 17 January 2016. All submissions will be put in a gallery on People’s Collection Wales and a selection will be published by Planet magazine. We will also be showcasing your work later in 2016 at Ceredigion Museum.

Follow the link to find out more about the event and how to submit your creations inspired by the archives of the Royal Commission.

We look forward to seeing how you have been inspired!
Cake made by Sue Fielding, inspired by the Royal Commission drawing of Bryndraenog.

 Bryndraenog, Beguildy, NPRN: 81056.

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