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June 2016

Articulture ‘encounters’ at key outdoor arts events coming up this summer

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Articulture’s encounters are a continuing series of opportunities to connect with others across Wales and beyond and see the best of the new outdoor art work. Hosted by Articulture, they are informal, friendly and open to all. All involve cake and ice-cream or both.

For further details and to confirm you are attending email

Fri 24 – Sat 25 June – Greenwich & Docklands International Festival & Xtrax Professional Showcase, London

Join Annie from the Articulture team and outdoor artists and promotors from all over the UK and Europe at the renowned GDIF festival and Xtrax Professional marketplace and showcase. A limited number of bursaries for Wales based artists are available to attend this event.

Sat 17 Sept – City of the Unexpected, Cardiff

An exciting highlight of the Wales outdoor arts calendar to celebrate Roald Dahl . Join the Articulture team as they take up residence in Bute Park Cafe in the sunshine close by to the much anticipated City of the Unexpected. Did someone say GIANT PEACH?!


Articulture host land managers meeting to explore support for outdoor arts in Wales

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In early May Articulture brought together a range of leading land managers and owners to collectively look at the value of engaging with the outdoor arts sector in Wales, and potential future work.

This meeting joined up individual conversations over the last three years into one discussion forum. It was facilitated by Orit Azaz in collaboration with Articulture, and held at the Wye Valley River Festival in Monmouth.

Those attending 

Land managers attending included Coed Cadw/Woodland Trust, Visit Wales, Cadw, Wales Local Government Association, Natural Resources Wales, RSPB, Wye Valley AONB, Canals & Rivers Trust Wales, and Brecon Beacons National Park.

Several representatives from the arts also took part including David Alston, Arts Director, Arts Council of Wales, Migrations, National Theatre Wales, and Wye Valley River Festival.

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