Unfortunately, due to the snow, the Bangor event, which was scheduled to take place on St. David’s Day (1/3/18) was postponed. There is now a new date of 25th April
The hugely successful Building a Brighter Future in Tech is returning in 2018 with new events to promote career paths in the tech industry.
Following the initial success of its inaugural event in Techniquest in 2017, the free events run by Codez Academy in partnership with Technocamps and the Welsh Government will be held in Neuadd Reichel, Bangor on 25 April.
During the course of the events, attendees will have the chance to participate in a number of workshops delivered by seasoned tech industry professionals around problem solving, HTML, social media presence and beginning your journey into tech. It is hoped that these workshops will answer common questions and will help break down barriers for those considering moving into tech roles.
For more information about the Building a Brighter Future in Tech events and to register for your free tickets:
13-14 April 2018
In the Royal Historical Society’s 150th Anniversary year, and to coincide with its Gender Report and Ethnic and Racial Equality initiatives, this meeting celebrates all forms of history in Wales as well as different approaches to the history of Wales.
Further details of programme etc.
University of South Wales
ATRiuM Building, 86-88 Adam Street
Cardiff CF24 2FN
Experience | Place | Story
How can we use playful strategies to create new narratives of place and community?
Fri 23 March 2018 10:30 – 13:30
St. Fagans National Museum of History Saint Fagans CF5 6XB
What’s it all about?
A creative morning that delves into ways in which place, experience and story can be explored through digital and analogue technologies. Against the noisy backdrop of investment in VR and AR can we create new dialogues with audiences that arouse the senses, engage the emotions, and that are attuned to the environment.
The event will feature presentations from creative organisations and artists that have produced work at St Fagans National Museum of History.
Who’s it for?
The event is aimed at anyone who is interested in creating digital and/or analogue site-specific projects that connect people, story and place.
The day will be split into two parts:
Talks and presentations focusing on exploration and discovery through creative practice. This will feature contributions from St Fagans’ artists in residence, members of the digital team and researchers on immersive media. The morning session will be followed by lunch and networking.
2pm – 4pm [optional]
In the afternoon guests will be invited to take part in St Fagans’ new immersive storytelling experience Traces (Olion) or can attend a games making workshop with yello brick producer Alison John (places for the workshop are limited to the first 20 sign ups).
Digwyddiad efo cerddi gan aelodau Celfyddydau Anabledd Cymru
Ym Mae Colwyn, ar brynhawn Sadwrn 31 Mawrth, rydym yn lawnsio’r antholeg bach o gerddi ynglŷn ag iechyd meddwl gan aelodau Celfyddydau Anabledd Cymru. Dyma gwahoddiad i chi archebu lle er mwyn ymuno efo ni a’r beirdd er mwyn dathlu’r gwaith gan wrando arnynt ddarllen y cerddi. Bydd lluniaeth ysgafn yn cael ei ddarparu. Mynediad am ddim ond rhaid archebu lle blaenllaw gan llenwi’r ffurflen yma.
Disability Arts Cymru event with poetry by our members
On the afternoon of Saturday 31 March in Colwyn Bay, we are launching the small anthology of poems about mental health by Disability Arts Cymru members. This is your invitation to book a place to join us and the poets in this celebration of the work and to hear them reading the poems. Light refreshments will be provided, and entry is free but you must book your place in advance by filling in this form.
February Half Term:
Ocean Exploration Extravaganza
20.02.18 – 25.02.18
Glynn Vivian invites you to a week of mind-boggling creativity as we bravely explore the wonders of the deep sea in a series of workshops for all the family.
For all ages
CHERISH: Climate Changes and Coastal Heritage
Inspired by the Gallery’s current exhibition, join CHERISH, a team of researchers and conservationists, to discuss the impact of climate change on the cultural heritage of reefs, islands and headlands of the Welsh and Irish regional seas.
Image: Jaanika Peerna, Sublime Ooze, 2018. Courtesy of the artist
Masterclass with Alexander Duncan
03.03.18 & 04.03.18, 11:00-16:00
Join award-winning Swansea artist, Alexander Duncan and learn a range of mould making and casting techniques before creating your own artwork.
Booking essential 16+
£80 for two day workshop – All materials provide