Saturday 3rd August, 12:00 – 2:00pm @ AGORA, National Eisteddfod of Wales, Llanrwst.
Join leading Wales based arts practitioners Elen ap Robert, Marc Rees, Eddie Ladd and members of the artistic Eisteddfod team in a creative conversation looking at how we can create and programme innovative, high quality Outdoor Arts in Welsh in Wales.
Taking place in the ‘AGORA’ an ambitious public art piece and temporary building commissioned by the Eisteddfod (supported by Visit Wales) and created by Marc Rees in collaboration with Jenny Hall and Tabitha Pope, produced by Iwan Willams (ffiwsar). The conversation will also include a light lunch and Pimms at the neighbouring Caffi’r Theatrau.
In the afternoon get inspired by new outdoor Welsh work with an action packed programme. This includes ‘The Hunt for the Twrch Trwyth’ by Ruby Gibbens, commissioned by Articulture and the Wales Outdoor Arts Consortium at 2pm, ‘Shipwrecked’ by Citrus Arts at 5pm, the Agora procession and opening at 6pm, and the opening concert ‘Y Tylwyth’ at 8pm.
The discussion will be in the Welsh language, with simultaneous translation.
To book your free place in the conversation contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that an entry ticket to the Eisteddfod and concert is not included and both must be brought separately to ensure entry. Book online here – https://eisteddfod.wales/tickets
This event is the second in Articulture’s Summer Sessions in 2019, networking events with leading practitioners talking topical questions at key events across Wales. It is produced by Articulture and the National Eisteddfod of Wales, with support from the Arts Council of Wales. the Big Lottery Fund, and the Welsh Assembly.
Photo – Keith Morris