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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.
As we head towards the end of a very strange year for international working in the arts, we are thankful that we have been able to stay connected virtually to our international partners. We’re hopeful and looking forward to a time in 2021 when we are able to connect and meet physically.
Finding ways to support international working, networking and connecting.
At the beginning of 2020, the Arts Council of Wales and the National Centre for Learning Welsh undertook a three month pilot project to identify the language needs of individuals working in the arts, and to find training courses for them to boost their Welsh language skills.