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Learning, Transforming, Technique II, Programme

We have now finalised the programme for Learning, Transforming, Technique II. This event is free to attend (including accommodation and food) thanks to a generous grant from Awards for All. There are a few spaces available for ‘punters’ to attend, so if you are interested in taking part please contact us to reserve a space by 28 March 2016. We can’t wait! Last year’s event was a fantastic success, and the sessions we’ve got lined up promise to inspire and […]

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Learning, Transforming, Technique II – April 2016

Learning, Transforming, Technique II 8-11 April 2016 Melin Dolwion, Drefach Felindre In April 2015 Create-Ahh organised an experimental event where educators, scholars, performers and activists came together to share learning techniques and test out new ideas. The event was an amazing success. You can read a review, written by one of the participants, here. Participants supported each other to explore different ways to learn, and in the process transformed both how and what we can learn in collective settings. Sessions drew […]

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The Challenge of Simplicity – Long Notes

The first ever Challenge of Simplicity weekend ran by Maggie took place at Melin Dolwion at the end of May 2015. One of the first exercises practiced during the weekend was ‘long notes.’ Long notes is one of the core vocal practices we do at the mill. We try to do it every morning for an hour. It involves dwelling within one note, exploring the different tonal qualities and sounds that can be woven from what appears to be a deceptively […]

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