Art On The Hill at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre

The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre once again hosts several events for Art on the Hill  from 26 – 28 November. Each year in November, this weekend long festival celebrates Newport’s creative community and their work.

A Weekend of Creativity With Art On The Hill

2020 Wales winner of the Epic Awards offered by Voluntary Arts to inspiring community projects Art on the Hill is back and ready to take over Newport, South Wales for the fifth year running, as the city emerges from the COVID pandemic. Venues across Newport will be taking part in the festival, showcasing visual arts, photography, live music, spoken word, and film. There will also be opportunities to take part in workshops both in person and online.

“I Give The Best of Myself to Any Task Ahead of Me” – Fashion Designer Nathan Palmer Interview

Thomas Howells recently put questions to Nathan Palmer, a former player for Newport RFC, about his career in fashion design.

Art Night 2021 On Track With Screenings At Abergavenny Train Station

Abergavenny Train Station is among several new and surprising locations across the UK hosting Art Night 2021, a free month-long contemporary art festival. The presentation launches local organisation Peak Cymru’s new cultural space, Platfform 2, on the southbound side of the railway track.

Newport Artists & Organisations Encouraged To Join the Arts Hub

This spring Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre has developed the Arts Hub, an online listing platform to help people find further information about arts and creative activities across Newport.

50 Years of Chapter – Cardiff’s First Multi-Platform Venue

Cardiff’s first ever multi-artform venue, Chapter Arts Centre celebrates its 50th birthday on Monday April 5, 2021.

Beyond the Border: Wales’ International Storytelling to export support sessions to Ghana, South Africa and Kenya

Beyond the Border – Wales International Storytelling Festival will be launching its CASGLU (GATHERING) sessions internationally online for Welsh and sub-Saharan African storytellers to gather and discuss their creative work as storytellers online.

Discover The Secret Life of Paintings Via Online Art History Course

MonLife Heritage Museums’ new Introduction to Art History course commences online on Monday January 18th at 7pm with tutor, Eleanor Bird MA (Oxon) for a series of ten art appreciation classes at 7pm for a one-hour lecture on Zoom. Participants do not have to be local to sign up – you can join in from wherever you are in the world from the comfort of your own home.

Chapter Arts Centre To Reopen

Chapter Arts Centre is to reopen their doors to Cardiff residents on Tuesday 20 October at 9am. The Centre have revealed their way forward in a statement, as COVID19 restrictions and social distancing are still very much at the forefront to protect their staff and visitors. “We’ve been busy making improvements to our venue andContinue reading “Chapter Arts Centre To Reopen”

Chapter Present New Artwork For Imminent Reopening

Cardiff’s Chapter Arts Centre presents Y Canu Chalkydri, a commission by collaborative duo Malaphors, artists Megan Broadmeadow and Abi Hubbard. Selected from nearly 150 applications from Welsh and Wales-based artists, Malaphors have created a new work for the front of the building that embraces the imminent re-opening of Chapter; a greeting and invitation for theContinue reading “Chapter Present New Artwork For Imminent Reopening”

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