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International Opportunities Fund Projects

Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

James Tyson Productions

Song (2013)

Application to cover the costs for James Tyson to travel to Melbourne, Australia in order to undertake a five week residency as a the main musical and songwriter (as well as a performer) with Ranters Theatre.

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Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Macklin, Judy

MyRiver, New Zealand

For Judy Macklin to undertake a period of research and development in Australia as part of an art-science collaboration around river flooding.

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Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Mary Husted

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.

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Greenhalgh, Jill

The Book of Space - research and development

Jill Greenhalgh travelled to Australia with support from Wales Arts International and Aberystwyth University to work on her collaborative project, The Quietude Project – The Book of Space.

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Cook Islands


Downing, Richard

It Worked Yesterday...

Richard travelled to develop and present work in extraordinary locations and circumstances at the Oceanic Performance Biennial, Rarotonga, Cook Islands in June 2015.

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New Zealand

Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Evans, Chris Tally

Support for author Chris Tally Evans to perform his piece 'Tales of First and Second Sight' at the InterACT Disability Arts Festival in Auckland, New Zealand and to develop and collect material for his Cultural Olympiad project, Turning Points.

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Gerald Conn_IOF_NewZealand_2014

Conn, Gerald

Animation with Mobile Technologies Collaborative Project with Auckland University of Technology

Gerald Conn travelled to Auckland Art and Design School, to introduce his unique sand animation work focusing on mobile technologies.

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Jones, Buddug James

Hiraeth, New Zealand 17/02/2015

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.

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Hiraeth in New Zealand, Autumn 2015

Leigh, Sarah Jane

Sarah Jane Leigh Creative Visit to New Zealand

Sarah Jane Leigh applied for funding to travel to New Zealand to meet with a number of performing arts organizations to develop a network of potential future producing collaborations between Wales and New Zealand, and opportunities for exchanges between the two countries.

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Wales - China 2017

Thomas Martin - Stratum 50 - Open Books

India Wales

Hay Festival Kerala

Patagonia 150

Patagonia - Marc Rees