Events

Find out about the latest events online and at the Cynon Valley Museum and how to book your place here.

The Past at Your Finger Tips:

With Norena Shopland

Saturday 20th February

11:00 – 12:00

Join historian Norena Shopland as she shows how researching history could be at your fingertips. Today you can find online free access to online newspapers, journals, and other literature making researching history more accessible than ever before, the potential to find information about research topic is greater than it ever had been before, but…

You may have the ability to find stories, genealogy, histories and much more. But with such an enormous amount available to search through. What methods are most effective to find what you’re looking for? Particularly if the subject, like LGBT+ history is hidden? This session will show you research hints and tips to make finding stories from the past quicker and easier.

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Drawing With Carrie Francis

Drawing with Carrie Francis Join artist Carrie Francis on the 19th November at 2pm for a live 20 minute workshop on continuous line drawing. Join in from home, or just sit back relax and enjoy the demonstration. There will be a question and answer session at the end of ask Carrie all the questions you […]

Postcard to the Museum

Get your pens and pencils ready! Big Draw is back! As part of the Big Draw Festival 2020 we are this October, asking you to send postcards to the museum. Design your own postcard showing your favourite things from the Cynon Valley. From butterflies and bees, to wind turbines and mountains What will you draw? For […]

Cynon at Home: Sign up Now!

Its time to sign up and join Cynon Valley Museum in bringing history and art to your home! Join us over the next 8 weeks as we talk about local history, art and much more! Each week we will be joined by a guest speaker, who will be talking about a different subject related to […]

Outdoors Indoors: Episode Two of Cynon at Home

Outdoors Indoors celebrates Wales a “country opulent in dramatic backgrounds, glorious seascapes and beautiful countryside that demonstrates an extensive diversity covering forests, castles, rivers, caves and shores”. But what do you do when for no fault of your own, cannot access the beauty of Wales? Outdoors Indoors by Disability Arts Cymru (DAC) through the inaugural DAC Arts […]

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