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Our arts, health and wellbeing lottery fund has reopened with a new priority from this autumn - arts projects aiming to improve people’s health and wellbeing by connecting them with nature. Partnerships between Wales’ arts, health and nature organisations are among those encouraged to apply for one of three levels of Arts, Health and Wellbeing Lottery funding as part of the Creative Nature Programme, an agreement between Arts Council of Wales and Natural Resources Wales that aims to cultivate the relationship between the arts and the natural environment.
Works from Wales’ national contemporary art collection will be dispersed in galleries across the country under plans unveiled by the Welsh Government. The government has made establishing a National Contemporary Art Gallery one of its key commitments.
More than 30,000 images of artworks from the collection of Amgueddfa Cymru – Museum Wales will now be available to explore from the comfort of your own phone.
Film Hub Wales has released a report examining the performance of 14 key films with Welsh connections released in cinemas between March 2021 and March 2022.
Andrew Miller MBE has been announced as the UK Arts Access Champion; he will work alongside and support partner nations to create a UK-wide access scheme for the arts.
Creative learning in the early years is a joint initiative between the Arts Council of Wales, Early Years Wales and the Welsh Government supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation. 70 Childcare settings from across Wales are invited to join a new Creative learning initiative