Ahead of an international conference in Cardiff tomorrow, Chris Lewis explores what is meant by Wales’ soft power
Will there be an Agent of Change for the night time economy?
Owen Davies explores whether the ‘Agent of Change’ principle could boost the night time economy
In from the margins
Joao Morais reviews Peter Lord’s ‘The Tradition’, an illustrative portrayal of Welsh art and history
Review of ‘In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive and Were Full of Joy’, curated by Elizabeth Price
Jo Mazelis reviews ‘In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive and Were Full of Joy’, curated by Elizabeth Price at Swansea’s Glynn Vivian Gallery
Arts Broadcasting in Wales: An Invisible Nation?
Amy Genders outlines the need for greater representation of Welsh arts and culture on the BBC
Cardiff Council must do its bit by culture
Geraint Talfan Davies says the coming months are crucial for the arts in Wales.
‘A culture speaking to itself’? The IWA Media Audit and the Welsh Periodicals.
Malcolm Ballin calls for more recognition for the role of English language periodicals in Wales.
Time for Wales’ creative sector to ‘open up’
Rhodri Talfan Davies says the creative industries in Wales have to work harder to disprove perceptions that they’re a ‘closed shop’
State funding for the arts….or not?
Julian Ruck says the concentration of arts funding in Wales limits creativity.