Pregnancy and Motherhood themed free art event in Carmarthen

The Arts Council of Wales have funded an event to take place tomorrow (Sunday 12th Nov 23) in John Street Carmarthen – presented by artists with a theme of pregnancy and motherhood and the connections with creativity.

Hosted by Gravida Collective (an Arts Development Agency) and Mama Creatives/Mamau Creadigol, the day starts at 10.30 am and runs until 6pm or 7pm. Entry is free, and a delicious looking lunch of coconut, red lentil and vegetable dahl served with pilau Indian rice with salad, dressings and chutney accompaniments for £10.

This event is purely for the women themselves, to give them the opportunity and space to celebrate their role with each other, rather than have to practice it – so no little ones on the day for this event.

Tickets are available from , look for “Lullaby For Mother Event – Unfinished Pieces”

Joanna, one of your hosts, at the premises (what was previously Poundland) before the refurbishment and redecorating started.

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