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Special Raffle

Special Raffle

This Special Raffle of works by artists Valerie Ganz and Mike Jones will be drawn at the launch of the ‘Friends of Josef Herman Foundation’ on 16th October 2015 at the Welfare, Ystradgynlais. Tickets are £5 and on sale from the Foundation.                                                                              ...
Eisteddfod 2015

Eisteddfod 2015

Cyhoeddodd Mererid Hopwood mai Menna Angharad sydd wedi ennill Gwobr Josef Herman Dewis Y Bobl yn Eisteddfod Maldwyn a’r Gororau 2015. Mae’r disgrifiad o waith Menna Angharad yn y Lle Celf yn dweud ei bod yn creu ‘portreadau eiconig o wrthrychau digon cyffredin’. Yn ail roedd Jason Chart Davies am ei emwaith papur ac arian, ac yn drydydd roedd ffotograffydd dewi Glyn Jones. Rhoddwyd Mererid teyrnged i’r diweddar artist a noddwr Sefydliad Josef Herman, Osi Rhys Osmond wrth wneud y cyhoeddiad yn y Lle Celf ar y maes yn Meifod. Hilary Osmond a Mererid Hopwood...

Project Assistant Job Opportunity

Required: Project Assistant (Clerical & Administrative) Introduction The Josef Herman Art Foundation Cymru (JHAFC) is a registered charity. It was founded in 2002 to encourage the public appreciation of the visual arts by people of all ages, and to honour the artist Josef Herman and his legacy. In 2015 the JHAFC is entering into a one year funded programme supported by Arts Council England and is seeking a Project Assistant to support the programme. The annual programme will include: Administrating a new Friends subscription service enabling individuals/families to join the Foundation and increasing awareness of a range of activities through regular online newsletters. A new 30-day Printmaking residency, offered to an emerging Welsh artist to support their professional development, offering a training space in a professional printmaking studio to develop a new range of work, resulting in an exhibition in spring 2016. A new touring exhibition programme, utilising our collection and education pack. A quarterly lecture programme engaging Welsh artists and creative professionals discussing their work and interests in relation to Josef Herman’s work, life and times. A young person’s arts summer school, engaging 2 artists and offering 2 weeks of artist-led activities over 10 half-day workshops in Summer 2016 and aimed at children between the ages of 10 and 18. Further development of our National Eisteddfod programme, with a display area and exhibition, incorporating our People’s Choice Award and a new Arts trail. A range of artist-led community workshops, aimed at families and including activities leading up to May Day in 2016 and engaging 2 artists for a total of 10 days. Workshops will be based at The...

Project Manager Job Opportunity

Josef Herman Foundation Project Manager Required Introduction The Josef Herman Art Foundation Cymru (JHAFC) is a registered charity. It was founded in 2002 to encourage, through exhibitions, the public appreciation of the visual arts by people of all ages, and to honour the artist Josef Herman and his legacy. In 2015 the JHAFC is entering into a one year funded programme supported by Arts Council England and is seeking a Project Manager to manage the programme. Fees: An annual fee of £15,600 (estimated at £15.00 per hour to a maximum limit of 960 hours annually (approximately 20hours a week) is available over the term of the Contract to deliver the tasks as stated in the Contract. Programme: The annual programme will include: A new Friends subscription service enabling individuals/families to join the Foundation and increasing awareness of a range of activities through regular online newsletters. A new 30-day Printmaking residency, offered to an emerging Welsh artist to support their professional development, offering a training space in a professional printmaking studio to develop a new range of work, resulting in an exhibition in spring 2016. A new touring exhibition programme, utilising our collection and education pack. A quarterly lecture programme engaging Welsh artists and creative professionals discussing their work and interests in relation to Josef Herman’s work, life and times. A young person’s arts summer school, engaging 2 artists and offering 2 weeks of artist-led activities over 10 half-day workshops in Summer 2016 and aimed at children between the ages of 10 and 18. Further development of our National Eisteddfod programme, with a display area and exhibition, incorporating our People’s...