- Thursday, 12th March
- The Wales Dome, CHQ Building, EPIC Museum, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1
- ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION 4:30pm - 6:00pm
- Gŵyl y Gorwel: A special evening of art, language, music and conversation, 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Creative Europe Desk Ireland in collaboration with Creative Europe Desk UK – Wales are delighted to support a round-table discussion and networking event hosted by Wales Arts International and Culture Ireland in Dublin as part of Wales Week Dublin 2020.
On Thursday 12th March, at the Round Table discussion we'll explore ideas and exchange practice on developing networks, partnerships and touring opportunities between the cultural sectors in Wales, Ireland and beyond. Book a place for the Round Table discussion here but please note that places are very limited!
Two partners from the Creative Europe supported Vertical Dance Forum project will attend. Kate Lawrence, from North Wales based Kate Lawrence Vertical Dance and Chantal McCormack from Fidget Feet Aerial Dance will share experiences and insight of international working. You can meet Katie from Creative Europe Desk UK, or Katie from Creative Europe Desk Ireland to chat about Creative Europe opportunities.
Gŵyl y Gorwel: A special evening of art, language, music and conversation | Thursday, 12th March, 6:30pm - 9:00pm
The round table discussion will be followed at 6.30pm by Gׅŵyl y Gorwel, an evening of art, music, language and conversations with leading artists from Wales.
Experience the European premiere of the immersive 360 animation of Rhys a Meinir by Cian Ciaran (composer, songwriter, producer & one fifth of Super Furry Animals) and Bait Studio. Featuring a recorded soundtrack performed by BBC National Orchestra of Wales and commissioned poetry narrated by Rhys Ifans (Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows, The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman). Rhys a Meinir evokes the heartbreak and drama of this ancient Welsh tale. Introduced by Cian Ciaran with Q&A.
Four days before releasing her much anticipated third album, Mai, award winning singer songwriter and harpist Georgia Ruth draws from folk influences to create a unique and compelling sound. “…a rare talent, able to transcend borders of language, style and age with apparent ease...” - Andy Gill, the Independent.
With digital art created and produced by Mark James (Producer of Gruff Rhys’ PANG! film which is being screened on Friday 13th March as part of Wales Week and ahead of a live performance by Gruff Rhys in Dublin’s St Patrick festival ) and with in-conversations led by Radio 1 and 6’s Huw Stephens and WAI’s Eluned Haf, the evening will take our guests on a surprising journey.
This event is aimed at cultural leaders, investors, artists and producers who want to be inspired to co-create beyond the horizon. Wales Arts International will be joined by National Companies, venues and festivals from Wales as well as supporters from Arts Council of Wales, Arts Council of Ireland, British Council, Culture Ireland, Creative Europe Desk, Creative Wales and Welsh Government.
Register for the evening reception 6:30pm to 9:00pm here. Again tickets are limited so book quickly!