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- £1.5 million to be shared among 17 projects
- Projects will help the sector develop the right skills
- Funding will ensure Wales continues to have a thriving creative sector
A world-renowned contemporary circus is heading to Swansea while an international crime fiction festival will be held in Aberystwyth in 2023, thanks to funding from the Welsh Government.
Four Welsh cultural organisations are to be funded through a partnership between the Welsh Government and the National Manuscripts Conservation Trust (NMCT).
It’s been a blockbuster year for film and TV in Wales with productions from the world’s biggest studios making Wales their home.
The Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has announced the establishment of a task and finish group which will consider Cadw’s current governance arrangements and how effective they are for its operation and the wider provision of public heritage services at a national level across Wales.
LucasFilm’s much anticipated sequel to Willow prepares to hit screens on November 30th making it one in a string of productions to be filmed in Wales with support from Creative Wales.
Public Commemoration in Wales – new guidance to help create a more informed relationship with our history
The Welsh Government has today launched a consultation on new guidance which will help public bodies better represent modern Wales through public commemorations.
The Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has announced £4.5m over the next three years to support the delivery of the culture, heritage and sport goals and actions in the Welsh Government’s Anti-Racist Wales Action Plan.
“You’re a special group of players and coaches with a passionate set of supporters right behind you. Good luck Wales, Pob lwc Cymru!”
The Welsh Government has this evening announced that £180,000 will be made available to support the development of Welsh Language film and provide financial support to develop talent and ideas.
This week, museums across Wales are offering an inspirational half term for all as Welsh Museums Festival enters its second week.
- New Creative Skills Action Plan for 2022-25 to help develop the workforce of the future and upskill existing talent
- Plan backed by a new £1m fund for Wales’ Creative sectors
- Wales’ creative industries employ 35,400 people in 3,423 businesses – generating £1.7bn for the Welsh economy.