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Creu Cymru is to lead on the development of a ‘National Disabled Visitors’ Card Scheme’ in Wales.
ACW reports highest recorded levels of arts engagement among young people, although participation among adults shows some signs of decline.
ACW’s new five-year strategy rejects single artform strategies, defines the obligations of National companies and pledges to recognise the role of activity that straddles the subsidised and commercial sectors.
The Welsh Government is preparing to harness the arts, culture and heritage in its battle against poverty and social exclusion.
An arts-rich approach to teaching could be a “game-changer” for education in Wales, according to a new report.
Arts Development UK’s latest survey on arts spending in local authorities in England and Wales reveals a "dramatic and changing picture". Pete Bryan and Judy Hughes set out their findings.
David Alston recognises that Wales’ physical attractions pull in most tourists but believes that exciting and innovative cultural work is well worth discovering too.
Wales is to step up support for creative technology projects by supporting producers to embrace the digital context.
Janet Smith discusses how the new arts centre at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama has created commercial opportunities and valuable experiences for the students.
Dialogue with artists, the arts sector, participants, Assembly members, representative bodies and audience members is underpinning forthcoming arts strategy decisions.
The Arts Council of Wales is determined that its artform strategies should be informed by all who love the arts, not just the ‘usual suspects’
Simon Wales describes how a creative and cultural space in West Bromwich has transformed its ecosystem with a community of floating lily pads
Wales Millennium Centre is at the hub of a network that shares Tessitura’s state-of-the-art software. David Pearce explains the benefits