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Wales has embarked on a year of listening to indigenous languages and the land. Led by Wales Arts International, the international agency of Arts Council of Wales, and supported by the Welsh Government, Gwrando is a theme for the first year of the UN Decade of Indigenous Languages in Wales and is focused on nurturing the art of listening to endangered languages and communities and to engage with the wisdoms they carry about protecting the land they inhabit.
A new partnership has been announced between the National Centre for Learning Welsh and the Arts Council of Wales, including the appointment of a Learn Welsh Coordinator by the Council.
The programmes will look at how working internationally supports the development of the visual arts in Wales.
A plan to set up the National Music Service to support children and young people across Wales to access opportunities to play, sing, take part in and create music.
A series of innovative arts and health projects run across Wales during the height of the pandemic have sparked recommendations this Creativity and Wellbeing Week (16-22 May) for how art can take a leading role in creating ‘A Healthier Wales’.
#CanadaGoesCymru - High Commission of Canada in the UK and Wales Arts International launch year-long celebration of Canadian art and culture across Wales.