A CULTURAL resource centre in Wrexham continues to offer an 'arts at home' programme amid lockdown.

Tŷ Pawb's galleries are temporarily closed, however, it announced that it will be delivering an alternative programme for the time being – Tŷ Pawb Arts at Home.

Parts of Tŷ Pawb’s current exhibition programme will be made available online, and it will also be developing projects with artists for people to take part in, all from the comfort of their own home.

It will also be looking to showcase your creative outputs as part of an open exhibition in Tŷ Pawb later this year.

In the absence of the monthly Live @ The Square live music programme, Tŷ Pawb will continue to provide live music experiences directly to people's homes via its Facebook page.

So far, Luke Gallagher (May 22), Jack Found (June 5), Cosmic Dog Fog (June 12) and Cara Hammond (June 19) make up the line up - with more yet to be announced.

While Tŷ Pawb is closed, it will continue to deliver an adapted version of Family Art Club each Saturday morning as part of its ‘Arts at Home’ programme.

Family Art Club artists will create downloadable activities, which will be made available via its website and Facebook page, each Saturday.

Tŷ Pawb also wants people to create a short one minute film of an action/behaviour of them or a member of their household, then create a short nature-style narration to accompany it.

All clips will be edited together to create a video of our different survival strategies, which will be shared on Facebook and in an exhibition when Tŷ Pawb reopens.

All of this is aimed at making people feel connected to Tŷ Pawb and one another, in artful ways.

Cllr Hugh Jones, Wrexham Council's lead member for people, communities and partnerships, said: “We are continuing to work remotely through the current crisis to ensure that Tŷ Pawb can offer an arts programme that people can access from home.

"The ‘Arts at Home’ programme already includes live music, family activities and an open call commission for freelance artists, with more to be announced in the next few weeks. The activities are aimed to help support people to be connected through the arts during this challenging time.”

Follow Tŷ Pawb on social media or visit http://www.typawb.wales/artsathome for more information.