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The Welsh Government’s draft budget also includes funding for a feasibility study for a national art gallery.
Expand your horizons with travel and remember that every job requires a good listener: advice for 22 year olds from Artes Mundi Director Karen MacKinnon.
Rhian Hutchings tells the story of how ArtWorks Cymru came to develop a set of quality principles for the participatory arts in Wales.
A new online resource aims to help arts practitioners develop a better understanding of the measures that improve the experience of participants.
A new Strategic Equality Action Plan has been drawn up after researchers found that some aspects of the arts in Wales are becoming less diverse.
Turner Prize-winning architects Assemble are one of the ‘Creative Agents’ collaborating with schools in a scheme that aims to reach a third of Welsh schools by 2020.
Cardiff’s first international festival celebrated what Wales is most famous for – the human voice. Graeme Farrow reflects on the launch of the biennial cultural event.
The Arts Council of Wales and the Welsh Government have confirmed that they’re interested in pushing for changes to regular funding cycles.
Artists in the caves and bogs of the Brecon Beacons National Park are to receive support to distribute their work as part of a new innovation fund for digital projects in Wales.
The Theatres Trust is to take on an expanded role in protecting theatre buildings in Wales through the planning system.
The smallest RFOs will be protected from cuts, as the Arts Council of Wales seeks to mitigate a £1.5m reduction to its own budget.
Rage, love and a funeral procession: Cardiff's arts communuity protested against local arts cuts this weekend. These are the photos.
Wales’ national youth arts ensembles will join forces under a new business model in a bid to safeguard their future.
Four new regional networks will be funded to deliver creative and cultural education in Wales over the next five years.
You might know what a development associate’s job description includes, but what does a week in their life actually look like? Michaela Nutt reveals all.
Primary and secondary schools in Wales are being funded to take part in the ‘Lead Creative Schools Scheme’, a key pillar of the extensive five-year plan to embed the arts and creativity into the Welsh curriculum.
Caroline O’Neill explains why a project using the arts to improve the lives of looked after children and adults with dementia, across four local authorities in South Wales, was so successful.
Arts organisations in Wales have been told whether they will be admitted into the Arts Council of Wales’ new portfolio of Regularly Funded Organisations.
With Wales set to revamp its education policy and bring the arts to the heart of its school curriculum, an opportunity exists to safeguard and extend Welsh national music service provision.