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Who We've Funded

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Mary Husted Australia Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

A major exhibition of artists books, curated by Mary Husted and featuring Welsh and international artists, was presented at the Logan Gallery, Queensland and at the Australian Defence Academy Library, Canberra.

Huws, Sioned Japan Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Sioned Huws The Amori Project was initiated in 2008 by James Tyson (Chapter Theatre Programmer until 2011) and Teiko Hinuma (program director of ARTizan and Rikuzentakata Artist in Residency Program) as a residency exchange between Chapter, Aomori Contemporary Arts Centre and ARTizan.


Huws, Sioned Japan Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Sioned Huws travelled to Japan for 3 months to develop new performance work, participate in residencies, make a film and perform previously developed work from Aomori Project (ongoing since 2009/10).

Iwanowski, Michal Belarus Read More

Michal Iwanowski was invited to exhibit his work ‘Clear of People’ at Y Gallery in Minsk, Belarus.

James Hawes Germany Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

James Hawes was supported to enable him to research, organise and curate an exhibition of a long forgotten murder mystery involving Queen Victoria's cook in 1865 in Bonn City Museum, Germany, May-Aug 2015.

Jenkins, Lowri Spain Read More

Lowri took her first solo piece, Invisible City, to Santander to perform to audiences there, building on her work To London Love Me which she performed at ACT Festival in Bilbao 2014.

Jenkins, Paul Bulgaria Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Paul Jenkins, one actor, and one documenter received support to go to Sofia to perform in the International Theatre Forum Nov 4-9 2013.

Jones, Andrew Canada Read More
The RosevilleBand_IOF_Toronto_Oct2015

The Roseville Band have been invited to play a showcase at Indie Week Canada, Toronto which takes place in October 2015.

Jones, Anthony Sweden Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Anthony Jones was supported to undertake a poetry translation residency in Tranas, Sweden.

Jones, Buddug James New Zealand Read More

Buddug James Jones was awarded funding to take her bilingual theatre show, Hiraeth, to New Zealand to perform at festivals in the region in autumn 2015.

Jones, Catrin France Read More

Catrin Jones applied to participate in The Women's International Stained Glass Workshop in France in 2014 alongside other Wales-based artists Amber Hiscott, Chris Bird-Jones and Karen Heald.

Jones, Chris USA Read More
 Chris Jones_FAI_IOF_2015

Chris was invited to showcase at Folk Alliance International in Kansas City in February 2015.

Jones, Dylan USA Read More
American Interior 2013/2014

Dylan Jones was supported to present his docu-film, American Interior, alongside Gruff Rhys at SXSW Film Festival, 2014.

Jones, Leona France Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Leona Jones was supported to develop a digital literature project with her German collaborator, Robert Kalman, for presentation at the Chercher le Texte conference in Paris in 2013.

Jordao, Ariana Japan Read More

Arian Jordao applied for funding for herself and Siriol Joyner to travel to Japan to present a paper at the Performance Studies International Conference in Tohuko, Aomori in August-September 2015 and collaborate with a ceramic artist.

Joyner, Siriol Puerto Rico Read More

"During May/June 2015 I travelled to Puerto Rico to continue my collaboration with a Puerto Rican dance artist: Nibia Pastrana Santiago.

Keehan, Bridget USA Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Bridget was supported to attend a Shakespeare Behind Bars conference in Chicago, 14-18 November 2013.

Lawlor, Patrick Ireland Read More
Patrick Lawlor

Patrick and his band were invited to showcase their music at the Association of Irish Festival Events (AOIFE) conference in November 2014.

Lawrence, Wendy Malaysia Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Ceramicist Wendy Lawrence was supported to participate in a two week residency at the University Malaysia Sarawak in March 2014.

Lewis, Llyr Germany Read More

Llyr was funded to attend the European Festival of the First Novel in Kiel, Germany in May 2015.

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Wales - China 2017

Thomas Martin - Stratum 50 - Open Books

India Wales

Hay Festival Kerala

Patagonia 150

Patagonia - Marc Rees