In this week’s episode we speak to Huw Stephens—BBC Radio Wales presenter—and director Ian Jones about the upcoming BBC series The Story of Welsh Art. The series explores the rich history of visual arts in Wales, beginning in the Neolithic period and examining key periods and forms which have shaped Wales’s artistic legacy. We ask Huw and Ian about Welsh art on an international scale, about the richness of Welsh art, and ask why it is so important we get this story now.
In the second segment we discuss Rachel Mainwaring’s article ‘Ways of Protest | Exhibition’ and Mary Ann Steeples’ profile of Canadian artist Michelle Wilson in her piece ‘Michelle Wilson: Cleansing the Land’.
Finally, we’ll be letting you know about events across Wales that you’ll definitely want to check out our What’s on, Wales? Segment.
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The Story of Welsh Art and Exhibition as Protest
Links to Articles Discussed:
Rachel Mainwaring, ‘Ways of Protest | Exhibition’
Mary Ann Steeples, ‘Michelle Wilson: Cleansing the Land | A Profile’
What’s On, Wales?
Bringing Africa to Wales Film Festival: Welsh Art
For full details, the festival programme and to book tickets, visit: www.chapter.org
To register your interest for the workshops and Q&As, visit: www.watch-africa.co.uk
Cardiff BookTalk: Octavia Butler’s Kindred
Buzz Magazine’s Workshops:
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