Learning Links International have a great team of Creative Artistes who would love to hear from you.
We are able to customise workshops for schools and community events, working on a range of themes.
Colin Daimond offers a range of drumming workshops, with engagement by all, based around understanding of different styles of drumming. Colin also is a specialist in the South American matial art of Capoiera which was developed by enslaved Africans working for the Portuguese and Spanish slave owners. Colin is Welsh speaking.
Dr Marian Gwyn is a specialist researcher who works to tell the hardest to tell stories of slavery and colonialisation, as well as other histories. Marian is Welsh speaking.
Joy Roxborough is an award winning Jamaican poet and short story writer, she also tells the African stories of Anancy the spider, bringing him to life for some fun and laughter! Joy is based in the Midlands and travels up to North Wales regularly.
Rhys Trimble is a Welsh poet studying for his PhD. He has travelled extensively performing his poetry in Europe, toured in Jamaica and was recently on the Arts Council Wales tour to India.
Tony Stringfellow has a wide range of skills and talents and has recently set up the Paper Swan Studio in Barmouth.
Yasus Afari is a regular visitor to Wales, travelling from Jamaica to share his poetry and stories in schools, colleges, communities and community events.