25 - 28 April 2019 | Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

RawFfest - Youth Arts Festival

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10.04.19 'Why Photography has changed and saved my life' - Miriam Hughes

'Why Photography has changed and saved my life' - Miriam Hughes

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Hello my name is Miriam Hughes and I am a 17 year old freelance photographer from West Wales. It can be hard for me to write about myself and my artwork because I like to express myself and speak through my images however here's a little bit about me and why Photography has changed and saved my life. Photography and I are like cheese and crackers - we are meant for each other.

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07.03.19 7 Reasons Why Youth Projects Are Important For Young People

7 Reasons Why Youth Projects Are Important For Young People

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There’s a lot of talk about getting young people involved in exercise and activities. But many miss the importance of arts projects to young people. There’s a lot more to it than just getting young people off the streets or ‘Fortnite’.

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20.02.19 ‘How art has helped me feel again’ – Meha's Youth Arts Story

‘How art has helped me feel again’ – Meha's Youth Arts Story

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The arts have always been a part of my life. When I was a child, I would write down pages and pages of ideas for novels. I would spend hours creating characters and writing excerpts inspired by them. It got to the stage where for many years, notebooks were the only gifts given to me for my birthday. I would also draw the things that made me happy – beautiful animals and costumes for ‘older Meha’ to wear. It was a lot of fun.

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20.02.19 Keep up to date with RawFfest!

Keep up to date with RawFfest!

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11.08.17  Q and A with Natasha Borton and Peter Slania!

Q and A with Natasha Borton and Peter Slania!

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To get ourselves even MORE excited for RawFfest 2017, we decided to ask some of our fantastic performers, artists and workshop leaders a bit about themselves and what they’ll be bringing to the festival… Today we hear from Natasha Borton and Peter Slania.

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