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Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Major multicultural event to take place in Bangor


Encompassing World Culture will be held at the Main Arts building, College Road, Bangor on Saturday 30 November from 10 am to 11pm in Powis and PJ Halls.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Theatr Na Nog is Asia bound!


Neath Port Talbot based Theatr na nÓg is preparing to leave the green green grass of home to perform its one-man show, 'You Should ask Wallace' at the Science Centre in Singapore at the British High Commissioners Residence at the end of November funded by Wales Arts International.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

New support for artists from Wales embarking on international careers


Igniting Potential is a programme to encourage Wales’ professional individual artists to take up the first significant international opportunity to develop their practice.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

News Release WOMEX


26 October 2013 WOMEX AN OUTSTANDING SUCCESS FOR WALES: "IT HAS BROUGHT THE WORLD TO WALES AND SHOWN WALES’ MUSIC TALENT TO THE WORLD ON AN UNPRECEDENTED SCALE" WOMEX 13 Wales will end on Sunday after a spectacular and extremely successful world music expo and showcase festival in Cardiff.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Wales Arts International launches new agreement with Air India ahead of WOMEX 13


Ahead of WOMEX later this month, which is being supported by the Welsh Government, when world music enthusiasts and industry descend on Cardiff, Wales Arts International, the international arm of Arts Council of Wales, and Air India have signed a partnership agreement that brings together the music and poetry of Wales and India.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Let's See What Happens...


Let’s see what happens… is a Glynn Vivian Art Gallery Offsite exhibition featuring the work of seven artists, four from Wales and three from China.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

The St David Awards


The national awards scheme recognising and celebrating the exceptional achievements of people in Wales. Nominate online now.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

The Arcomis International Brass Event


Thursday 10 October – Sunday 13 October 13 World-class concerts and 13 behind-the-scenes sessions

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Friends From Brittany Visit To Create New Work


This week (16 – 20 September 2013), Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru were very pleased to welcome Teatr Piba from Brittany to the Llwyfan in Carmarthen, to develop ideas for creating a co-production in Welsh and Breton.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Black History Month Wales - Unity Through Music: The Rhythm of the Diaspora


An exciting and thought provoking programme of events and activities entitled ‘Unity through Music: the Rhythm of the Diaspora’ is to take place across Wales through-out October in celebration of Black History Month Wales 2013.

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