During her working life, Welsh artist Evelyn Williams forged a unique path, separate from the artistic mainstream, and yet much admired (and collected) by a wide-ranging group of individuals, from playwrights to members of the medical profession. It is their voices which make up the text for a new publication about her work. In place […]
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IN DEPTH Early Summer Podcast

Caroline Stockford

PUBLISHED ON: 21/05/14


Caroline Stockford talks to Cynan Jones about his novella, The Dig, and the process of drawing inspiration from one’s surroundings. Novelist Carly Hol …

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Arts Council of Wales Strategy for Creativity and the Arts

Jemma L King

PUBLISHED ON: 08/05/14


‘Inspire’, the Arts Council of Wales’ ‘Strategy for Creativity and the Arts in Wales’ (March 2014) is less of a strategy and more of a manifesto. It c …

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Wales Book of the Year Shortlist – 2010

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 07/06/10


The Wales Book of the Year 2010 Short List was announced in a special event on Sunday 6 June 2010, at The Guardian Hay Festival. From a longlist which …

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