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16 months after the publication of our 2020 study, Rebalancing and Reimagining, this report analyses the changes to freelancers’ lives, looks at the current situation and future outlook for freelancers, and asks what - if any - progress has been made to rebalance the cultural sector as we progress on the road to recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Arts Council of Wales announces that we will begin work on a new strategy for Welsh and the arts.
CFW's 'Road to Recovery?' report provides an important overview on the current situation facing cultural freelancers in Wales.
A new £5.25m fund will open early in the new year 2022. This fund has been made possible by Welsh Government. Our aim is for the Fund to open for applications on 12 January and close on 26 January (dates subject to change).
Wales Arts International are hosting an online event at Wales Climate Week, discussing rethinking international work and touring with a panel of experts.
With COP26 and Wales Climate Week around the corner, Wales Arts International are mapping Wales' journey to the summit and beyond by asking the cultural sector what is being organised around COP26 and the climate crisis.