Get Involved


Get Involved
Our award winning outreach and education activities provide a wide range of opportunities for you to get involved with creative workshops, guided tours, exhibitions and events or even join our team of brilliant Locws volunteers.

LOCWS Creative Participation Programme
This is a series of exciting creative skills development courses for residents of Communities First areas in Swansea.  We are currently running Agored Cymru accredited, Film-Making Workshops to enable participants to design, develop and create their own film, animation or music video. Participants are encouraged to develop their own ideas from the outset and guided through the process of scripting, designing, filming and promoting their films. See our blog for more details.


Learning and Resources
Use our online resources to find questions and creative activities for each artwork. Our creative activities are designed for all ages and use materials easily found in every household such as pencils, paint, old magazines, cardboard, paper and glue. Send in pictures of your results and we will publish them on our website!

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Guided Tours
To visit and learn more about Art Across The City artworks book a Free Guided Tour with a Locws Live Guide. We have ten public artworks currently on display around the city. To book your tour please email:

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We are always looking for new, enthusiastic and friendly volunteers to join our team. Volunteering is a great way to gain valuable experience and get involved with what’s going.To become a Locws volunteer, please download and complete the form and return it to: or post it to:
LOCWS International, PO Box 127, Swansea SA3 9BF

Locws Schools
Locws International has established an ongoing educational programme called Locws Schools that sees schools from the Swansea area take part in site-specific arts projects. Locws Schools is run in conjunction with Arts in Education, City and County of Swansea. The projects are run by artist David Marchant and use Art Across The City events as inspiration.

To take part in a future Locws Schools programme or for more information contact

Tawe Mega Poem
Originally commissioned in 2014, the Tawe Mega Poem continues to grow with thousands of online contributions. We want the public to get involved in writing the world’s longest, ongoing online poem. Inspired by the Dylan Thomas Centenary, Swansea and the artworks and workshops in Art Across The City, we want you to add your own lines. Award winning poet Rhian Edwards has written the opening lines and now it’s up to you to be inspired. We are looking for contributions from all over the world so send us your poetry!

Baptised by Vikings and anchored like Rome
in a brine basin of seven snapdragon hills,
spills this marble town and city of laughter.
A pother of ship sails, a smelting brume,
Copperopolis, coal harbour, metal morphosis
to fire-clay, alum, tin-plate and porcelain.
To the coffee-ringed poems in the ruins
and scrawling ashes of the Kardomah Café.