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Monday - 25 July 2016
When Gwyn Thomas died in April 2016, Wales lost a national treasure. For nearly forty years, he influenced generations of students as a lecturer, professor and head of Welsh at Bangor University.
Pontio, the brand new arts and innovation centre in Bangor, Gwynedd have announced Invertigo (‘exciting young company’ -The Stage) as an Associate Company for the next three years, and both organisations are looking forward to working together to offer audiences dynamic new theatre in both Welsh and English.
Friday - 22 July 2016
A hat-trick for Thomas Morris’ debut collection
Friday - 15 July 2016
Llanw brings together photography and sculpture with a marine connection in a special exhibition that runs alongside the traditional Summer Exhibition at Plas Glyn-y-Weddw on the Llŷn Peninsula from July 16th to October 2nd.
Arts Council of Wales is delighted to announce a total of 276 schools across Wales are now benefiting from being part of the Lead Creative Schools Scheme – one of the key building blocks of Creative learning through the Arts – an action plan for Wales.
Friday - 01 July 2016
The arts in Wales have a long standing tradition of working internationally and celebrating diversity. Wales now faces a period of unprecedented challenge.
Thursday - 30 June 2016
The scene is set for the first encounter between authors and composers to plot the next stages of musical theatre in Wales.
The curtain is about to rise on an innovative new project, 10 Minute Musicals / Open Space, in the first week of July and is run by Leeway Productions, a new company set up by director Angharad Lee.
Monday - 27 June 2016
Award-winning National Dance Company Wales presents work by some of the most celebrated international choreographers alongside creations by exciting new Wales-based talent. This summer, the company will be breaking out of the studio to perform at three music and dance festivals across Wales and Europe, showcasing its work on an international stage.
Friday - 17 June 2016
India Wales is a joint initiative between Wales Arts International and the British Council, supporting artistic collaboration and exchange between creative professionals and arts organisations in Wales and India.
An experiment to share work by rural artists and a tool that captures the impact of community arts are among five projects funded by the Digital Innovation Fund for the Arts in Wales, it was announced today.
Thursday - 16 June 2016
A course for the main literary competition winners at the Urdd Eisteddfod this year will be relaunched as Cwrs Olwen, in memory of Olwen Dafydd, a member of staff at the Tŷ Newydd Writing Centre who died in December 2014. Olwen worked at Tŷ Newydd for 11 years, organising courses and events.
Monday - 13 June 2016
Organisation encourages applications that build access to arts and culture ~ Innovative regional partnerships welcomed ~ Recent projects increase audience reach and build digital skills
Wednesday - 08 June 2016
Photographer Faye Chamberlain has taken up an artist-in-residency with the Football Association of Wales Trust, touring Wales to capture the game’s impact on the nation.
National Theatre Wales, Wales Millennium Centre & British Council Wales will present three shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August, showcasing some of Wales’ best artistic talent.
Tuesday - 07 June 2016
Morgan Griffith (sonomano) + Jo Hinchliffe (concretedog) ‘the dental cosmos’
Oriel Mwldan in Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan
18.06.16 - 16-08.16
Friday - 03 June 2016
On Saturday, 4th June the “Tom The Musical” company will take to the stage at Birmingham’s Alexandra Theatre for the final performance of this Neath based company’s premiere UK No1 tour. As with all the other dates on the tour an ecstatic audience will be dancing in the aisles, with great 4 star reviews describing the show as "honest and charismatic, with fantastic musical performances.” (Rochelle Bisson)
Thursday - 02 June 2016
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru is delighted to announce the forthcoming tour of Merch yr Eog, a multilingual production that will be touring in Wales, England and Brittany during the autumn of 2016. Merch yr Eog is a co-production between Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Teatr Piba, Brittany, in partnership with Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
Wednesday - 01 June 2016
Five exciting and innovative dance-makers are heading for Wales with a fistful of punchy new works.
Friday - 27 May 2016
Wales’ oldest classical music festival, Gregynog Festival (16-26 June), is steeped in history and reputation. World-class music, talks, theatre, poetry and film in the heart of Mid Wales are just some of the top ten reasons to visit Gregynog Festival.
Gallery Curators and Print Centres in Wales have the opportunity to nominate an artist whom they feel would benefit the most from this unique opportunity and who has shown outstanding dedication and creative talent in their field of printmaking.
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