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Who We've Funded

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Packham, Ruth Oman Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Felt maker Ruth Packman was supported to exhibit at the Muscat Festival on Oman.

Packham, Ruth Italy Read More
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The project Felt a Giant shell was the result of a number of ideas that Ruth had relating to felt making and her practice.

http://ruthpackham.co.uk/

Palser, Marega Morocco Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Marega Palser received funding to present 'Sometimes We Look' an exhibition of movement, drawing and animation at Fez International Dance Festival, Morocco.

Parri, Luned Rhys Argentina Read More
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Luned Rhys Parri applied to travel to Patagonia in Argentina in November 2014 to research the people and the place to inform a new body of work.

Parry-Jones, Clare Serbia Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Clare received support having been invited back to Serbia by Teatrika Theatre to continue their collaboration by working with them on a contemporary art and dance project in August 2015.

www.clareparryjones.com

Poetry Wales Press Limited Israel Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Poet and Poetry Wales editor, Zoe Skoulding, was supported to participate in the Sha'ar International Poetry Festival in Israel.

http://www.poetrywales.co.uk

Pryce, Guto USA Read More
 Gulp - SXSW 2014

Gulp at SXSW 2014

Pryce, Guto USA Read More
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GULP applied to the International Opportunities Fund for support to play at the CMJ Music Marathon in November 2014, and subsequently, to promote their album, Season Sun.

Rees, Marc Argentina Read More
Adain Avion - Marc Rees

Patagonia 150

Rees, Sara Greece Read More
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Sara was invited by ABC Gallery in Moscow to take her participatory artwork, DEMOCRACY to Art Athina, Greece in May 2014.

Rhydderch, Francesca China Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Beijing Bookworm International Festival 2014

Rhydderch, Francesca China Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Francesca Rhydderch received support to launch the Chinese translation of her novel, The Rice Paper Diaries at the Shanghai International Literary Week 2015 accompanied by the book translator, Dr Yan Ying Following the visit, Francesca said: "I was invited to Shanghai in order to help promote the launch of the Chinese translation of my novel The Rice Paper Diaries.

Rhys, Gruff USA Read More
American Interior 2014

Gruff Rhys received funding to support him to travel to Austin, Texas for SXSW 2014, where his film American Interior was programmed in the Film Festival and he was also invited to showcase as a solo artist.

http://american-interior.com/

Rhys, Marged Spain Read More
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Marged Rhys applied on behalf of Plu band for funding to help the band go to EHz fesitval in Basque Country to perform in June 2014 with a view to developing contacts for possible future collaborations.

Rhys-James, Shani USA Read More
Columbia Uni Residency - Shani Rhys-James 2015

Shani Rhys James was the artist chosen for a month-long residency and exhibition at TC Columbia University in New York.

Rickard, Erin Belgium Read More
Erin Rickard-Tongeren Residency-2014

Visual artist Erin Rickard received support to undertake a month residency in Tongeren, Belgium.

www.erinrickard.co.uk

Roberts, Stephanie Chile Read More
Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

THE 1ST INTERNATIONAL MOSAIC ART PROJECT 2014

Rusty Shackle USA Read More
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Rusty Shackle, Wakarusa Festival Arkansas, USA

http://www.rustyshackle.com

Shapland, Anthony Argentina Read More
Anthony Shapland - URRA - Oct 2013

Anthony Shapland was supported to participate in the URRA residency in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Sinfonia Cymru Netherlands Read More
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Sinfonia Cymru’s Chief Executive, Sophie Lewis, was funded to attend Classical Next Conference in Rotterdam in May 2015.

http://www.sinfoniacymru.co.uk

Wales - China 2017

Thomas Martin - Stratum 50 - Open Books

India Wales

Hay Festival Kerala

Patagonia 150

Patagonia - Marc Rees