Creative Cardiff have published Cardiff: Creative Capital - mapping Cardiff’s Creative Economy 2016 report.
Past Arts Activity
Welsh National Opera take part in the 2017 year of cultural collaboration between the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates
A symposium exploring what makes a creative city
We’re excited to be working with Arts Council of Wales and Wales Arts International to support eight Welsh performing arts companies to present their work at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2017 (21 - 26 August) will include three Welsh theatre productions.
A year-long celebration that will showcase the UK and Korea’s creativity and innovation through a season of arts and cultural events.
James Richards will exhibit Music for the gift, a new body of work including a sound installation, video and photographic works, to represent Cymru yn Fenis / Wales in Venice as a collateral event of the 57th Venice Biennale; the largest and most prestigious visual arts exhibition in the world. The exhibition, held at the Santa Maria Ausiliatrice - which is a former convent now used as a community centre - is commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales and curated by Chapter, Cardiff.
A group of Inuit from the Canadian Arctic are travelling to Wales to learn how Welsh is promoted and how it has flourished as a living language.
During 2016 we're marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare with a global celebration of his work.
British Council Wales is leading the co-ordination and development of the international programme for the Dylan Thomas 100 Centenary.