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The Arts Council of Wales has published the 2019-20 annual report for its ground-breaking Creative learning through the arts programme. The report outlines the programme’s achievements, gives a voice to pupils, teachers, and artists, and explores the very real differences that this programme continues to make across Wales' education and arts landscape.
This May, The Audience Agency presents a free-to-attend National Insights Conference in collaboration with Arts Council of Wales. Places can be booked for the whole conference programme, day passes, or for individual sessions.
With the support of the Welsh Language Commissioner's Office, the Arts Council of Wales have prepared a comprehensive new package of resources to promote bilingualism.
In his latest video message, Nick Capaldi looks back over the challenges of 2020, and in particular at the hardships created by the Covid-19 pandemic before looking ahead to the coming year. A key message is to reimagine the future in a new way where the arts are truly for the benefit of all and are available on a fairer and more equal basis.
As the national arts development agencies across the four nations of the UK, we are working together to develop ways to support the continuation of international artist mobility into the UK and of UK based artists and companies working internationally.
Arts Council of Wales and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru have announced a pilot scheme to assist arts freelancers to improve their Welsh language skills through the National Welsh Language Learning Centre.