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Gwyneth Glyn

Indian Premiere of Indo-Welsh Music Collaboration

30/11/2012

A new collaboration between Welsh and Indian Musicians, lead by Welsh singer songwriter Gwyneth Glyn and Indian musician Tauseef Akhtar will be premiered in Mumbai this week.

Craig Wood

International Curators come to Wales for seven days of inspirational art

23/11/2012

Following successful applications to the Wales Arts International Opening Gallery Doors to the world programme, three curators will be travelling to Wales to take part in a seven day programme of gallery and studio visits across the country from Friday 23rd of November, ending with the announcement of the Artes Mundi 5 Prize.

Elfen Dewi Glyn Jones

Wales at CINARS 2012

12/11/2012

Seven figures from the Performing Arts sector in Wales will be travelling to Montreal this month to attend CINARS from the 12th – 18th November. Supported by Creu Cymru and Wales Arts International, the delegation will be taking part in six intensive days of seminars, showcases and full length performances featuring the very best from Canada and beyond.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Follow Holly Davey's residency at URRA, Argentina

12/11/2012

Lens based artist Holly Davey successfully applied to our International Opportunities Fund for support to attend a residency at URRA in Buenos Aires a few months ago.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Cardiff to host the sixth annual Swn Festival

18/10/2012

Now in its sixth year, venues across Cardiff are set to open their doors this weekend to host the annual Sŵn Festival, bringing some of the newest and most exciting local, national and international acts to the Welsh capital, our very own version of SXSW.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Cerys counts down to WOMEX in Wales

17/10/2012

With one year to go until Wales hosts the World Music Expo WOMEX, Cerys Matthews, singer and BBC broadcaster, will start the WOMEX 13 Cardiff countdown this Thursday at this years’ WOMEX in Thessalonika.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Sherman Cymru bring Afrovibes to Cardiff

15/10/2012

Sherman Cymru will be bringing an electic and thought-provoking programme of performances from South Africa and beyond when they host the first ever biennial Afrovibes Festival in Cardiff this October.

Iris Prize Festival/Vito

Worlds largest LGBT short film prize announces opening and closing films

10/10/2012

Organisers of the 2012 Iris Prize Festival have confirmed the opening and closing night films to be screened at the annual film festival. Iris is the only short film prize in the world which allows the winner to make a new film. www.irisprize.org

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Scheherazade 2012

09/10/2012

This October, young people from across Cardiff will come together with major national arts organisations to bring one of the greatest stories ever told to life.

Wyndham Halswelle

Wales' Sam Perry Curates New York Show

05/10/2012

Curator Sam Perry will be presenting his first stateside show of film, photography and performance from Wales and America this October. His show 'The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner' will be the culmination of three months at Flux Factory, Queens as their curator in residence. This has been supported by Wales Arts International through our International Opportunities Fund.

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