This Arts and Entertainment category is to guide users to information and organisations related to the
arts and entertainment available anywhere in Wales.
It should lead to websites ranging from architecture, visual arts, dance, music, photography, theatre,
performing arts venues, museums, galleries, libraries, cinema, and cultural events.
Please beware that priority is given to listing websites in their locality category where available, but this
may mean those categories are too small to justify an Arts and Entertainment category, linked from here.
Gallery of watercolour landscape paintings and a workshop of watercolour techniques for artists.
Organisation responsible for funding and developing the arts in Wales. Provides information on the range of artforms supported, sources of funding, policies and services.
Real Media movies made and edited by people at workshops around the country.
Features information on Welsh film and television including movies, writers, arts and documentary films.
Trust aims to protect and improve the quality of life. Encourages community action, good design, and sustainable development. Includes information about the trust, society network and heritage group.
A searchable directory of entertainment, entertainers, bands, musicians, tuition and related services in Wales. Community board and Gig/What's on board.
Provides details of artists and their works currently on display, the location of the galleries exhibitions and the art exchange service. [Cardiff and Llandeilo]
Portfolio of interactive design by Neal Griffiths.
Useful information for readers and visitors. Includes a description of the collections, catalogues, and online resources, family history, the Digital Mirror. English/Cymraeg.
The premier artistic event in Wales and one of Europe's largest and oldest cultural festivals.
A resource for young people, musicians, actors, dancers, directors, conductors, composers, choreographers, designers, stage managers, theatre technicians, teachers, pupils and members of the arts and educational communities.
Describes its exhibitions and lectures and includes reviews and information about membership.
Details of an annual show centered around agiculture with dates, visitors and event details and tradestand options.
A what's on guide for arts and entertainment in north west Wales, including reviews, a local groups directory, and the latest gigs, classes, exhibitions, workshops, festivals and films.
The Association exists to create opportunities for people to become actively involved in theatre activities. It also houses the largest specialist Drama lending library in the world.
Providers of art classes for children in West Wales. Details of times and locations of sessions, art parties and information on the tutor, Valerie James.
Audio-visual producers, publishers, and distributors. Includes a catalogue of videos, information on facilities and training, and company history.
Collaboration between the British Council Wales and the Arts Council of Wales to raise the profile of the arts. Includes information on art coming into the Principality and developed with it. Feature special section on Welsh music.
Umbrella body for the professional performing arts organisations in Wales, representing theatre, opera and dance. Ethos, news, calendar and membership.
Welsh jokes, stories, one liners, and humour.
Online gallery which exists to promote the work of artists living and working in Wales.
Bilingual guide to arts and events with searchable listings.
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