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The Welsh Government is making £15.4m available to support the arts and cultural sector in Wales during the ongoing Covid19 pandemic, Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has announced today
Wales has had one of the busiest periods of film and television activity ever in 2021, with over 24 productions shooting across the country between May to October – which means there will be many opportunities to see our beautiful country on screen in 2022
As part of an apprenticeship programme, 24 year old Chloe Koffler from Prestatyn had the experience of working on the 21st series of ITV’s I’m a Celebrity Get me Out of Here - which has inspired her to follow a career path in Film and TV.
The Welsh Government is making £5.25m available to assist Wales' arts organisations, museums, libraries and independent cinemas through the winter months, the Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has announced today.
A new initiative is being launched in Wales to help local museums, archives and libraries showcase, share and celebrate local LGBTQ+ history and culture in their collections, Welsh Government ministers have announced today.
Profound concerns have been jointly expressed by the Scottish Government and the Welsh Government over the process to select the next Chair of Ofcom, and how it could have a detrimental impact on public service broadcasting in the UK.
COVID Passes will now be needed to enter cinemas, theatres and concert halls in Wales from today (Monday 15 November 2021).
“I’m passionate about ensuring that the next generation views the creative industries as an accessible and rewarding career choice” – Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden.
The Creative Industries make a significant contribution to the culture and economy of Wales, with pre-COVID turnover and employment levels of £2.2billion and 56,000 people.
The Welsh Government has opened the recruitment for the role of President of the National Library of Wales from January 2022