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RawFfest 2016

Original, quirky and daring, RawFfest showcases the best of youth arts today. It is planned and programmed by young people for young people. The first festival will take place from 18th – 21st August in Newport. More details on our lovely new website here: http://www.rawffest.wales/

Sponsor a young person to attend the RawFfest

ADUK are the lead organisation in a major national youth festival taking place in Wales called RawFfest. RawFfest will offer a festival which is curated and programmes by young people and for young people between the ages of 14 and 25 from Wales and across the UK. We are offering a residential programme that offers […]

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Arts Development UK Cymru Meeting

Thursday 19th March (12.30 – 16.30) Crafts in the Bay, Cardiff Bay The next Arts Development UK Cymru meeting will be held at Crafts in the Bay in Cardiff Bay on Thursday 19th March (an agenda and more details will follow shortly). The meeting is scheduled from 12.00 – 16.30 and lunch will be provided.

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Culture Shift: How Artists are responding to sustainability in Wales

‘Culture Shift: How Artists are responding to sustainability in Wales’ is a research report commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales in 2014 and was launched on 12th of November 2014 at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, Wales. ‘Culture Shift’ gives an overview of the many pioneering sustainable arts initiatives currently operating across Wales. The […]

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Arts Council Wales/AD:uk Local Authority Arts Investment report for 2013

As many of you know, AD:uk and Arts Council Wales teamed up to develop the 2013 Local Authority Arts Investment and Partnership Survey. ACW have now released their report which is available from their website in Welsh and English. Read more at: http://www.artscouncilofwales.org.uk/what-we-do/research/annual-surveys/local-authority-arts-expenditure-survey

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AD:uk Cymru meeting

Wednesday July 10th 11am

room 5 Oriel Wrecsam

The next all Wales meeting is an opportunity to meet with the Arts Council of Wales, Welsh government representatives, and to have input into policy and planning on a broader level. I am delighted to receive suggestions for agenda items, presentations and study opportunities and I […]

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AD:uk Mid & West Wales Regional Meeting

Thursday July 4th 12.00

Conference room 1, Parc Myrddin, Caerfyrddin – Carmarthen, SA31 1DS

Members are invited to attend the next Mid and west Wales regional meeting – a chance to meet and network with colleagues in neighbouring counties, to catch up with arts news and opportunities and to create and plan partnership projects. For […]

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One in Three: A Welsh National Arts AD:uk Seminar on tackling Child Poverty Programme

Venue: Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff CF10 5AL Date: 11th April 2013 Evidence shows that in Wales today there are approximately 200,000 children living in poverty: one in three of child population in Wales. Many families experience low income and the challenges that this brings. Children and young people within disadvantaged families […]

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AD:uk Welsh National Seminar report: Evidencing the Impact of the Arts

By: Steffan Jones-Hughes The Evidencing the Impact of the Arts seminar took place on 21 November at St David’s Hall, Cardiff. Hosted by Arts Development UK and Arts Council Wales, the seminar looked at new ways of thinking and working in order to determine the difference the arts make. The arts sector in Wales, […]

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AD:uk Cymru meeting: November 13th 2012

Thanks to Lucy Bevan and the hospitality of Powys County Council, our next meeting will be at Y Ganolfan Ddrama / The Drama Centre, Ffordd Tremont / Tremont Road, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5EB. The telephone number at the centre is 01597 824444 and we will have translation facilities at the meeting.

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