Egin is a two-week artist residency in response to climate change, curated and hosted by National Theatre Wales in partnership with Natural Resources Wales and with support from the National Trust and Snowdonia National Trust. It will be held in Capel Curig, Snowdonia in North Wales.
Egin brings together Welsh and international artists from different artistic disciplines and all at different stages of their careers and will connect artists with thinkers, with local communities, the natural environment and Wales’ cultural heritage. Egin will take creative experimentation as its starting point, to inform new practice, imagine possible futures, and inspire sustainable approaches to living.
The British Council has helped support international artist attendance at the residency and has worked with their offices around the world to identify and support international artists to attend.
There will be a series of curated conversations during the residency titled themes of 'Land. Money. Rebellion. Hope'; you can book tickets via the National Theatre Wales site here.
If you can’t join the conversation, but wish to follow it, no problem, National Theatre Wales will be producing a podcast series which will be released at a later date.
Find out more below about the Egin artists: