China : Asia

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Gareth Bonello

Musician in Residence in Chengdu

10/10/2011

Gareth Bonello is currently on a 6 week residency in Chengdu, Sichuan province, China.

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In Search of the Red Dragon

01/03/2008

Eight emerging visual artists from China were selected from leading universities in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chongqing to come to Wales in 2008 for a month-long residency at institutions and centres in Wales.

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Celebrating The Red Dragon

01/03/2009

Three leading artists from Wales visited China in March 2009 as part of the ‘Celebrating the Red Dragon’ initiative, supported by Wales Arts International (WAI) and British Council. The Welsh artists selected were Iwan Bala, Mary Lloyd Jones and Christine Mills.

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Wales - China 2017

July 2016 marked the beginning of a new piece of work for Wales Arts International, looking at and bringing together organisations and individuals from the cultural sphere that has an interest or relationship connecting Wales and China.

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Creighton Griffiths, Benjamin

Ben Creighton-Griffiths received funding to travel to the World Harp Congress in Hong Kong in July 2017, where he has been invited to perform.

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Volcano Theatre Company Ltd

Volcano received support to travel to Taipei to perform SEAGULLS at the World Stage Design Festival in July 2017.

http://www.volcanotheatre.co.uk

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Wells, Meri

International Academy of Ceramics

www.carrog.co.uk/wells.htm

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Naish, Jessica

Creative Trade: Wales & China Participatory Theatre Exchange In Feb - March 2009 A collaborative project with Hua Dan a participatory theatre company in China.

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Heeney, Gwen

A 2 month residency in China comprising the following: Research, Residency and Exhibition of new site specific ceramics at the Fu-Le International Museum of Ceramic Art.

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James, Dafydd

Members of Mess up the Mess were supported by the International Opportunities Fund to travel to Hong Kong to participate in Strangers 2 - an international script writing and performance project involving collaboration between young people and professional artists from Wales, New Zealand, Australia and Hong Kong.

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Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Davidson, Glenn

Artstation travelled to Hong Kong to present their work at a conference in Hong Kong university and develop contacts in the area.

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Emanuel, Paul

Owen, Fern and Paul will return to Xiamen to further the development of their collaborative research with partners they met through their previous trip which was supported by Wales Arts International.

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Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Easterby, Jony

For visual artist Jony Easterby to participate in Powerplant, a group show of over 30 sound and light installations set in botanical gardens all over the world, which will travel to three major International Festivals in Sydney, Hong Kong and Hobart.

www.jonyeasterby.co.uk

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Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Missaghian, Fleur

Support for Creative Voice to collaborate with Hua Dan theatre in China, to develop and deliver performance and voice projects with young survivors of the Sichuan rural earthquake.

www.creativevoicewales.wordpress.com

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Williams, Sue

Sue Williams received support to travel to Shangshung to undertake workshops and talks as part of her participation in the Open Books Plus exhibition at Shangshung Museum of Contemporary Art.

www.nomorepink.com

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Elfen/Dewi Glyn Jones

Summers, Sian

For Sian Summers and Jessica Naish to travel to China to collaborate with Hua Dan, a participatory theatre company working with migrant women in China, to develop a series of creative investigations and workshops.

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Matthew Cook

Cook, Matthew

Matthew had been involved in a cultural exchange between Wales and Hong Hong through Chapter Arts Centre’s Experimentica festival and was looking to continue to build partnerships already created.

http://sciencefidelity.co.uk/

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Husted, Mary

The Open Books Plus project was founded originally from an exhibition idea put together by Mary Husted.

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Rhydderch, Francesca

Beijing Bookworm International Festival 2014

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The Lumen Prize Exhibition

The Lumen Prize took their digital art exhibition to Hong Kong in June 2014, displaying 50 works from the Lumen Prize Exhibition and an installation by the winner of the Founder’s Prize, Genetic Moo in collaboration with Hong Kong artists.

http://www.lumenprize.com

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