Our aim is to increase collaboration and develop entrepreneurial skills to build resilience for creative arts providers in Pembrokeshire. This will enable long term engagement with communities to use arts related activities for strengthening community cohesion, tackling poverty, regeneration, and improving health and wellbeing.
You can help guide the development of this project by sharing your experience of creative activities and events in Pembrokeshire.
Complete our short survey and we will enter you into a prize draw to win one of 10 x £15 Post office High Street vouchers or a pair of tickets to see ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ at Torch Theatre.
If you’re an individual or organisation working in the arts sector in Pembrokeshire, you will benefit from this project. If you’d like to keep in touch with our progress and be invited to participate in future discussions about the project’s development, please submit your email address below and we’ll keep you in the loop.
“This exciting project is inspired by Pembrokeshire’s unique heritage and culture. We are only partly realising the full educational potential power of the cultural sector by way of its combined social value. The arts in all its forms provide wonderful, creative learning environments, with the potential to motivate, delight and inspire audiences of all ages, cultures and backgrounds.
We are keen to democratise culture and creativity – most of us contribute to cultural events even if we don’t label them as such through just attending whether that is baking a cake, learning a language, assisting in any way for a local event, visiting an exhibition or performance.
Culture is about our lives in the round; the ways we live, speak, believe, what we produce, celebrate, but at its heart is the act of being creative – a creative spirit.”
Pembrokeshire Inspired is funded by Arwain Sir Benfro – the Local Action Group (LAG) for Pembrokeshire, administered by PLANED supporting the delivery of the objectives of the ‘Adding value to local identity, natural and cultural resources’ RDP LEADER theme in rural Pembrokeshire with a focus on the development of creative arts sectors in Pembrokeshire.