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Get Creative Festival 11- 19 May 2019 Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Friday - 19 October 2018

Get Creative Festival 11- 19 May 2019

Try something, make something, get involved - Get Creative!

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LAUNCHPAD FUND TO HELP WELSH MUSICIANS TAKE THE NEXT STEPS Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Wednesday - 17 October 2018

LAUNCHPAD FUND TO HELP WELSH MUSICIANS TAKE THE NEXT STEPS

Arts Council of Wales and BBC Wales are calling for talented Welsh artists and bands to apply for the Launchpad fund.

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A Child’s Christmas, Poems and Tiger Eggs by Dylan Thomas Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Monday - 15 October 2018

A Child’s Christmas, Poems and Tiger Eggs by Dylan Thomas

Award-winning Ballet Cymru’s newest production A Child’s Christmas, Poems and Tiger Eggs by Dylan Thomas will be narrated by Welsh icon Cerys Matthews with performances at The Riverfront in Newport, at Sadler’s Wells in London and a UK tour in Autumn 2018. Cerys will be reciting the poems live for the performances in Newport, London and Bangor.

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Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Friday - 12 October 2018

Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru announces that it will tour two plays during spring 2019

Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru is delighted to announce that it will tour two plays as a double bill – Merched Caerdydd (Cardiff Girls) by Catrin Dafydd, and Nos Sadwrn o Hyd (Saturday Night Forever) by Roger Williams – during spring 2019. The tour will visit venues across Wales during March and April 2019.

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Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Thursday - 11 October 2018

Welsh artists at Manchester Folk Festival

Some of the best Welsh artists will be performing at next week’s Manchester Folk Festival.

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TwLetteratura Caerffili Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Tuesday - 09 October 2018

TwLetteratura Caerffili

Three of Caerphilly’s Welsh-medium schools have embarked on an exciting project under the Arts Council of Wales’ Creative Collaborations programme (TwLetteratura Caerffili).

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MUSIC THEATRE WALES AND LONDON SINFONIETTA ANNOUNCE NEW ASSOCIATION Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Tuesday - 09 October 2018

MUSIC THEATRE WALES AND LONDON SINFONIETTA ANNOUNCE NEW ASSOCIATION

Music Theatre Wales and the London Sinfonietta have announced a new on-going association which will bring the two companies together to create and tour exciting and innovative new music theatre across the UK.

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Manon Antoniazzi Joins Royal Welsh College Board of Directors Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Tuesday - 02 October 2018

Manon Antoniazzi Joins Royal Welsh College Board of Directors

The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is delighted to announce the appointment of Manon Antoniazzi to its Board of Directors.

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St David Awards – The best in Wales for Culture Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Tuesday - 25 September 2018

St David Awards – The best in Wales for Culture

The St David Awards recognise the outstanding achievements of different people from both in, and outside of Wales.

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Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Tuesday - 25 September 2018

Arts Council of Wales - Creative Professionals Survey

For us to get a better picture of the work and life of Creative Professionals in Wales, we are undertaking a short survey.

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FFILM CYMRU WALES INVESTS IN WELSH FILM AUDIENCES Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Monday - 24 September 2018

FFILM CYMRU WALES INVESTS IN WELSH FILM AUDIENCES

Ffilm Cymru Wales’ latest round of Audience Access awards will continue to support Welsh venues and festivals to provide a dynamic and diverse variety of cinematic experiences for people right across Wales.

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Dwyn i Gof (Bring to Mind) by Meic Povey Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Monday - 24 September 2018

Dwyn i Gof (Bring to Mind) by Meic Povey

Huw and Bet have been married for 40 years and their only child, Gareth, is about to marry Cerys.

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Invitation to clubs and societies across Wales to consider arranging ‘Night out’ over the winter as the season of mellow fruitfulness begins to bite Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Tuesday - 18 September 2018

Invitation to clubs and societies across Wales to consider arranging ‘Night out’ over the winter as the season of mellow fruitfulness begins to bite

With the schools having reopened after the summer holidays the Arts Council of Wales’ ‘Night Out’ scheme is inviting local societies and clubs from across Wales, who may well be thinking about their calendar of events for winter and spring, to consider arranging a night out of Professional artistic entertainment.

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Arts Council of Wales 2018-23 Corporate Plan Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Friday - 14 September 2018

Arts Council of Wales 2018-23 Corporate Plan

Arts Council of Wales is today (Friday 14 September) launching its Corporate Plan for the coming five years. In it, the body’s mission for 2018-23 is unveiled – “Making the arts central to the life and wellbeing of the nation”.

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Ballet Cymru receive a 3-year grant from the Garfield Weston Foundation Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Thursday - 13 September 2018

Ballet Cymru receive a 3-year grant from the Garfield Weston Foundation

Ballet Cymru are thrilled to have successfully applied to the Garfield Weston Foundation for core funding.

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New report calls for bold approach to promoting Welsh arts and culture to international markets Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Wednesday - 12 September 2018

New report calls for bold approach to promoting Welsh arts and culture to international markets

• ‘There is an incredible offer in Wales, but it is too quiet – it needs to be clearer and bolder’. • Wales’ arts and culture are described as ‘invisible’ overseas. • There is a call for existing international events in Wales to be enhanced to provide more opportunities for showcasing. • The country does not make the most of its bilingualism as a cultural asset.

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iCoDaCo invite local and global communities to connect with international dance artists in Cardiff this September Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Friday - 07 September 2018

iCoDaCo invite local and global communities to connect with international dance artists in Cardiff this September

Six dance artists from five different countries – including Wales’ Eddie Ladd – will be at Chapter, Cardiff this September for the second of a series of international residencies, developing new cross-border work based on the theme of transformation with iCoDaCo (International Contemporary Dance Collective). Local communities are invited to share in this unique and experimental creative process with a series of free interactive events at Chapter from 11-15 September, including a children’s workshop and an open sharing of the work in progress, while global audiences will follow the contemporary dance collective’s progress online.

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Major investment into Welsh creative industries announced Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Friday - 07 September 2018

Major investment into Welsh creative industries announced

Cardiff one of nine creative clusters in the UK awarded research funding

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Putting the business in showbusiness Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ~ Arts Council of Wales

Thursday - 06 September 2018

Putting the business in showbusiness

NoFit State Circus launches a new national support project to boost circus professionals

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