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The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has launched a consultation paper on the way it uses lottery funding to make the process more accessible and ... More
The Arts Council of Wales and BBC Cymru Wales have announced they are joining forces to grow digital and craft skills across the creative sector. ... More
Professor Dai Smith is to continue as chair of the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) beyond 31 March 2013 after he was re-appointed to serve ... More
Edinburgh-based firm Miller Construction has been announced as the preferred bidder for the contract to build a new £40m arts and innovation complex at Bangor ... More
Cardiff's Sherman Cymru has opened its doors to the public for the first time in two years, following the completion of a major GBP6.5m refurbishment ... More
Festivals across Wales will receive a share of more than £1.5m of National Lottery funding from the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) in a bid ... More
Creative Steps, a development programme designed to support artists and arts organisations from a range of backgrounds, has been launched by the Arts Council of ... More
The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has released its new draft Strategic Equality Plan, which is designed to ensure equality in the arts and is ... More
Swansea's Glynn Vivian Art Gallery is to close to the public from 30 October ahead of the start of a major £6m redevelopment and extension ... More
Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has announced the launch of the Power of the Flame legacy project, which will comprise five major projects to mark ... More
A new document designed to provide Welsh organisations with information on sustainability within the arts sector has been made available by the Arts Council of ... More
The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has announced that 11 of the country's leading cultural festivals are to receive a share of more than £500,000, ... More
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Welsh heritage minister Alun Ffred Jones has confirmed the re-appointment of three Arts Council of Wales (ACW) board members. Emma Evans; Margaret Jervis; and Dr ... More
Swansea Council has announced plans for a £6m redevelopment of the city's Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, which is expected to take two years to complete. ... More
A total of 71 arts organisations across Wales will share more than £24.25m in 2011-12 as part of a new funding strategy revealed by the ... More
A heritage and arts summit held in Caerphilly Castle saw Welsh heritage minister, Alun Ffred Jones, join key players in the heritage, arts and tourism ... More
Gwent Theatre, an Abergavenny-based theatre group, has lost its appeal against the Arts Council of Wales' (ACW) decision to axe funding support worth £250,000 a ... More
Chapter Arts Centre in Canton, Cardiff, has been officially relaunched, following the completion of a major £3.8m refurbishment scheme designed by London-based architects Ash Sakula. ... More
Plans for a major multi-million pound refurbishment of the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery in Swansea, South Wales have been handed a £3.5m funding boost by ... More
A new £3m programme has been launched in a bid to provide disabled and deaf artists with an opportunity to develop artwork as part of ... More
Welsh heritage minister Alun Ffred Jones has announced that Professor Dai Smith will remain as Arts Council of Wales (ACW) chair for a further three ... More
Arts Council Wales has teamed up with its English counterpart to grant the Welsh National Opera (WNO) a £1.2m funding package to help offset losses ... More
The long-term future of the Lyric Theatre and Cinema in Carmarthen, south west Wales, has been safeguarded after it was awarded a £300,000 grant from ... More
A new four-year arts initiative has been launched by Cadw and the Arts Council of Wales at eight heritage sites across Wales, as part of ... More
The Arts Council of Wales has asked the organisers of the Hay Festival to take responsibility for the running of the Brecon Jazz Festival. The ... More
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