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We are delighted to launch Go and See – an exciting collection of virtual enrichment experiences available to schools and learners across Wales.
Theatres across Wales finding innovative solutions to help local communities.
As an outsider, choreographer Fearghus Ó Conchúir recognises in the Well-Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act a progressive framework for involving the arts in reimagining a more equitable, inclusive and sustainable Wales and the world: what’s not to be proud of?
An online platform sharing new creative work from Wales’ cultural scene has seen a huge growth in content and consumption over its first ten weeks of existence.
This report launches in a turbulent market as craft businesses, alongside much of the rest of the economy, face enormous economic challenges caused by the Covid-19 virus. As makers look to secure their futures and to rebuild and strengthen their practice, the findings are a rich resource to help us interrogate and advance the vital roles of makers and consumers, as well as the galleries, fairs, markets and businesses that unite them.
A new report shows a dramatic growth in the number of people buying craft in an UK market now worth £3 billion.