Title Art Works Cymru Program 2019-2021 Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet Arts Council of Wales Website Media type Web Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 25/01/19 Description ARTWORKS CYMRU PROGRAM 2019 – 2021
Arts Active Trust are pleased to announce that the ArtWorks Cymru 2019 – 2021 program has gained funding from Arts Council Wales and Paul Hamlyn Foundation. 21 Jan 2019
The program will be led by the Arts Active Trust and will bring together 29 arts organisations from across Wales, as well as making connections to the New Victory Theatre in New York.
ArtWorks Cymru is a partnership of Welsh organisations who are developing practice, supporting training and career development, and advocating for participatory arts in Wales. ArtWorks Cymru is project funded and creates programs of work led by different partners to further its aims.
The 2019 – 2021 ArtWorks Cymru program will focus on the further development of the ArtWorks Cymru Quality Principles, the development of a coaching model for freelance participatory artists, and a training offer for the ArtWorks Cymru partnership. As with our previous two programs, ArtWorks Cymru is committed to make our work as accessible as possible and all call outs involved in the program will be open to any artist or organization in Wales.
The ArtWorks Cymru partnership for the 2019 – 2021 program is as follows: Addo Creative, Arts Active (lead partner), Artis Community, Arts Connection, Borough Theatre Abergavenny, Community Music Wales, Engage Cymru, FIO, Forget-me-not Productions, Fran Wen, Gwent Arts in Health, Head 4 Arts, Literature Wales, Mess up the Mess, National Dance Company Wales, National Theatre Wales, Nofit State Circus, Omidaze Productions, Operasonic, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Rubicon Dance, Sherman Cymru, SPARC, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, The Republic of the Imagination, Creative and Therapeutic Arts at University of South Wales, Voluntary Arts Wales, Wales Millennium Centre, and Welsh National Opera.
Producer/Author Arts Council of Wales Persons Beth Pickard
- participatory arts
- professional development