In this episode we’re thinking about narrative, from the process of curating an exhibition, in particular Becoming Richard Burton, and the new television series Wandavision, to changing social attitudes towards disability and inclusivity within the Arts.
We speak to Sioned Williams – one of the curators of the Amgueddfa Cymru exhibition Becoming Richard Burton – about the online exhibition, the pieces that she would like to highlight, and the process of creating a narrative through curation. We also discuss Greg Glover’s article, ‘Disability | Rules of the Playground Do Not Apply’ and Matt Taylor’s article ‘TV | Wandavision | First Impressions’, before highlighting projects and events that you should be looking out for in our ‘What’s on, Wales?’ segment.
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Links to the articles discussed in Episode 15:
Becoming Richard Burton Online Exhibition
Greg Glover, Disability | Rules of the Playground Do Not Apply
Matt Taylor, TV | Wandavision | First Impressions
What’s on, Wales? Links
People Speak Up
Theatr Clwyd – Memory Café
Dunkie – Working to Design
National Library Wales Petition
‘Vienna Beat’ by Blue Dot Sessions
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For more from Rosie Couch and Josie Cray check out our audio archive to keep up to date with all the latest news, views and discussion in the arts in Wales. Previous episodes have discussed diverse matters, such as: Jane Austin/The Queen’s Gambit, The Mabinogi, Cardiff Animation Festival, The Lumen Prize, and End of the Road Music Festival, plus The Sherman Theatre, Hitchock on Stage, and Romance in Wales. Also, keep an ear out for more Wales Arts Review Podcasts that are released fortnightly.