Dan Rees - Nomas Foundation - Road Back To Relevance 2016


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Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Artes Mundi - Dialogues on Conflict


Artes Mundi 6 includes the work of 9 outstanding international artists: Carlos Bunga, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, Omer Fast, Theaster Gates, Sanja Iveković, Ragnar Kjartansson, Sharon Lockhart, Renata Lucas and Renzo Martens.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Music and poetry crosses the Atlantic as the nation prepares to take home grown talent to America


Wales and Welsh culture will be on show in abundance over the coming weeks as some of Wales’ brightest acts head off to the US to display their talents.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project



Last night, (Thursday, 6 February), 14 professional artists from across the arts disciplines received a Creative Wales Award from the Arts Council of Wales at a reception held at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Evaluation of the International Opportunities Fund


Wales Arts International has commissioned an evaluation of the International Opportunities Fund (IOF) and its impact on the mobility of artists and cultural professionals based in Wales.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

New Director of Artes Mundi reveals shortlist for the UK’s biggest contemporary art prize


Two invited selectors, Adam Budak, an independent curator currently based in Washington and Sabine Schaschl, Director and Curator of Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich, reviewed 800 nominations from 70 countries before choosing the shortlist.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Major multicultural event to take place in Bangor


Encompassing World Culture will be held at the Main Arts building, College Road, Bangor on Saturday 30 November from 10 am to 11pm in Powis and PJ Halls.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Theatr Na Nog is Asia bound!


Neath Port Talbot based Theatr na nÓg is preparing to leave the green green grass of home to perform its one-man show, 'You Should ask Wallace' at the Science Centre in Singapore at the British High Commissioners Residence at the end of November funded by Wales Arts International.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

New support for artists from Wales embarking on international careers


Igniting Potential is a programme to encourage Wales’ professional individual artists to take up the first significant international opportunity to develop their practice.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

News Release WOMEX


26 October 2013 WOMEX AN OUTSTANDING SUCCESS FOR WALES: "IT HAS BROUGHT THE WORLD TO WALES AND SHOWN WALES’ MUSIC TALENT TO THE WORLD ON AN UNPRECEDENTED SCALE" WOMEX 13 Wales will end on Sunday after a spectacular and extremely successful world music expo and showcase festival in Cardiff.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Wales Arts International launches new agreement with Air India ahead of WOMEX 13


Ahead of WOMEX later this month, which is being supported by the Welsh Government, when world music enthusiasts and industry descend on Cardiff, Wales Arts International, the international arm of Arts Council of Wales, and Air India have signed a partnership agreement that brings together the music and poetry of Wales and India.

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