Peak’s building is now closed but our staff team will continue to work from their homes to support artists, young people and communities. We would love to stay connected with you through our social media channels and to share your experiences of this place, its nature and its people  resources which will help us through the current crisis. Feel free to tag us @Peakcymru on social media platforms to say Helô and continue the conversation.

We're currently reviewing the implications of Covid -19 on our planned artistic programme for 2020 and having conversations with artists, community partners and funders to approach these challenging times with collaboration…

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Peak – Art in the Black Mountains is looking for up to four new trustees to join its vibrant and committed governance team.  You will share our values and ambition for rural communities and believe that arts and culture are essential to a healthy, sustainable and thriving society in Wales.  

Peak is strongly committed to increasing representation and diversity to reflect the experiences and backgrounds of the communities we serve.  We therefore warmly welcome applications from BAME, LGBTQ+, people with a disability and from emerging arts professionals.

 Interest and enthusiasm are essential qualities, and we are seeking…

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After nine years at Peak, we will be saying a fond farewell to our Creative Director, Rebecca Spooner in March.   Although we will miss her greatly, we’re delighted that she’ll have the opportunity to...

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Gateway Glitch brought together a group of women and girls aged 16-25 to explore and challenge their environment through digital technologies. Our sessions ran once a week between April -September 2019.   Gateway Glitch was...

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Peak’s Artistic Advisors inform and review our creative programme.   The panel meets on a voluntary basis three times a year at the Peak studio in Crickhowell as well as linking with projects and events....

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Peak’s Creative Director, Rebecca Spooner was the Arts Council of Wales Clore Fellow for 2017/18. From 23rd – 25th March 2019, six-months on since the end of her fellowship, Rebecca hosted a weekend residential in the...

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