Siani Pob Man

Chwedl Siani Pob Man Cei Bach, Ceredigion.

Ffilm gan Jacob Whittaker a Peter Stevenson, yn seiliedig ar gelf Valériane Leblond, gyda cherddoriaeth gan Ailsa Mair Hughes, ac Elsa Davies a Ceri Owen-Jones.
Wedi’i wneud ar gyfer yr arddangosfeydd – Meddygon, Swynion a Melltithion: Monongalia Arts Center, Morgantown, Gorllewin Virginia, Mai 2019.
Chwedlau, Cwiltiau a Chranci: Amgueddfa Ceredigion, Aberystwyth, Cymru, Hydref 2019 – Ionawr 2020.
Noddwyd gan Gŵyl Chwedleua Aberystwyth

The Story of Siani Pob Man of Cei Bach, Ceredigion.

Film by Jacob Whittaker and Peter Stevenson, based on the art of Valériane Leblond, with music by Ailsa Mair Hughes, with Elsa Davies and Ceri Owen-Jones.
Made for the exhibitions – Curers, Charms and Curses: Monongalia Arts Center, Morgantown, West Virginia, May 2019.
Stories, Quilts and a Crankie: Ceredigion Museum, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales, October 2019 – January 2020
Sponsored by Aberystwyth Storytelling Festival

Gŵyl Tân a Môr Harlech Fire and Sea Festival

Meirion, grandson of Cunedda returns and recovers the magical Harlech Torc. The seventh wave sends the giant Sea Horses (Morfeirch) to battle Meirion and steal the torc. The giants win, but can’t remove the torc. The giants put Meirion under a spell and take him away with them to their underwater domain. They leave for the sea.
The people are sad and make a candlelit shrine to Meirion in the hope of his return with the torc. The mysterious Deuair soothe the night with their music.

Mae Meirion, ŵyr Cunedda yn dychwelyd ac yn adfer Torch hud Harlech. Anfona’r seithfed don y Morfeirch mawr i frwydro yn erbyn Meirion a dwyn y dorch. Y Morfeirch sy’n ennill ond ni allant dynnu’r dorch. Mae’r Morfeirch yn bwrw hud ar Meirion ac yn mynd ag ef gyda nhw i’w cartref dan y môr. Ânt am y môr.
Mae’r bobl yn drist ac yn creu beddrod â chanhwyllau yn ei oleuo i Meirion, yn y gobaith y bydd yn dychwelyd gyda’r dorch. Lleddfa’r Deuair rhyfeddol y noson gyda’u cerddoriaeth.

MusicFest Aberystwyth

The spectacular coastline of Cardigan Bay in West Wales is a fine backdrop for this inspirational week. Aberystwyth Arts Centre’s MusicFest is an enticing fusion of Music Festival and Summer School; of experience and learning; of performance and appreciation. The engagement of audience, student, and artist alike creates the unique community atmosphere of MusicFest – ‘refreshing, rewarding and thoroughly inspirational’. http://musicfestaberystwyth.org/