Bridgend Town Council is proud to work with local creative talent.

If you would like to work with us please get in touch with Sharlene Lewis or Dawn Elliott on:

Claire Hiett

Claire Hiett has worked with Bridgend Town Council on all of our Arts Council Wales Funded Projects. She has been an integral part of Carnegie House since 2016. Claire is a talented local Artist from Ogmore Vale.

Claire Hiett

Alison Moger

Alison Moger has been part of the creative foundation of Carnegie House Art Centre from the very start. She has supported all of our arts funded projects, numerous events and has provided a number of fantastic creative workshops as part of our Carnegie House Programme. Alison is a local Artist, her work has evolved from her experiences as a child within the South Wales valleys and explores traditional stitch and print, reflecting on the working class values of community life with its humour and warmth.

Alison Moger

Organised Kaos

Organised Kaos is a youth and community circus based in the valleys of south Wales,

What began as a youth project in 2010 encompassed by its acronym of Keeping Adolescents Off The Streets (KAOS) has matured into a contemporary circus drawing deep on its Celtic roots.

Alison Moger

Rhian Edwards

The multi-award-winning poet Rhian Edwards has been instrumental in Carnegie Arts Centre, since its very inception. In fact, Rhian presented the very concept of converting the old library into an art centre to Bridgend Town Council, (alongside Harriet Hopkins and Rachel Ashong-Quinn (Bridgend Arts) in 2013, as a way of continuing the legacy of Rabab Ghazoul’s artist residency ‘Art About Us’ for Bridgend Council.

Since then, Rhian Edwards has been the host and organiser of Penned on the Bont, a live literature event and open mic since 2016. She has facilitated the Bridgend Writing Squad for writers from 10-14 years and in 2015, she won a grant as artist in residence for a multi-media project called Prodigal Audience, a sequence poem, film and exhibition, chronicling the history of all the cinemas in Bridgend to the demolition of the final cinema, the Embassy in 2011.

Rhian is now the poetry editor at Seren Books, who are the biggest publisher of poetry in Wales

Tracy Evans