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The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has recently welcomed a range of options proposed by the National Museums and Galleries of Wales (NMGW) aimed at strengthening the future exhibition of Welsh art.
UNESCO will commence the first of seven conferences tomorrow, being held in the lead-up to the 30th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention, adopted on November 16, 1972, and in celebration of the United Nations Year of Cultural Heritage.
Newroz is an Iraqi Kurd. Born in the Behedinan province in the north of Iraq, he grew up defying restrictions and sang openly in the Kurdish language.
One of the world’s oldest and most loved art forms is about to experience its first ever festival, an international one at that. Musical theatre, long associated with large-scale, long-running productions like ‘Cats’, ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘Oliver!’ is set to join the world of festivals.
An international group of librarians and publishers have issued a statement re-asserting the importance of freedom of expression for democracy, creativity and prosperity.