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Learning Disability Wales

Learning Disabiility Wales

Are you passionate about creating a Wales that values and includes people with a learning disability?       Learning Disability Wales are seeking to appoint a dynamic, highly skilled and experienced Chief Executive Officer. You will have the vision to lead and represent the organisation, create sustainable funding streams and maintain and develop relationships with partners and stakeholders. For…

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Theatr Clwyd – Exhibition – SaveWILG – Nathan Lee Davies

    SaveWILG – Nathan Lee Davies  Education Gallery, Theatr Clwyd        Exhibition open January 24th – February 12th  2018   Private view event by invitation only – 2nd February 2018 @ 3-5pm   A group of creative practitioners and activists – led by Wrexham-based artist Nathan Lee Davies – have been working together on a campaign to encourage the Welsh Government to reconsider…

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Bridgend Coalition of Disabled People

Access Certificate Petition Recently BCDP members came up with an idea of a petition to the Welsh Assembly calling for premises in Wales to be awarded an Access Certificate similar to the Food Hygiene Certificate with premises displaying a sign from 0 to 5 depending how disabled friendly they are. Getting a high number would not just be about wheelchair access, we also…

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Disability Arts Cymru

Happy New Year! We hope all our members and supporters will have a happy, healthy and fulfilling 2018. We are very pleased to welcome our new Director, Brychan Tudor to DAC. There are exciting times ahead for us and hopefully there will be opportunities for our members to meet Brychan soon.  Don’t forget that wherever you live in Wales there…

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Chapter Arts Centre

Louder Is Not Always Clearer 6th – 10th February  7.30pm A Mr and Mrs Clark Production Jonny is a teacher, a workshop leader and an avid football fan. He’s just become a father. His friends say that he’s outgoing and that he loves music, festivals and nightclubs. Jonny is deaf. He was born deaf to hearing parents who were afraid that…

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Merry Christmas

Farewell and Thanks to Sara It has been a strange day in the office today as we watch Sara Mackay clear her desk for the last time. I’m sure all our members and supporters will want to join me in wishing her all the very best for her future adventures and huge thanks for all she has given Disability Arts…

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Outside In and Pallant House Gallery

Art Co-commission Opportunity! Outside In and Pallant House Gallery are offering an exciting opportunity for Outside In artists to submit proposals for a co-commission responding to the work of artist Scottie Wilson. The successful artist or artists will be commissioned to create artwork that will be exhibited at Pallant House Gallery alongside Scottie Wilson’s work from the Gallery’s permanent collection…

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Brevis – a journal of short poetry and prose from Wales and beyond.

Brevis – a journal of short poetry and prose from Wales and beyond … seeks submissions of short poetry and prose for the launch of the first issue of our online literary journal which will be published 3 times a year. Poetry: haiku, senru, tanka, kyoka, cherita, englyn, fibonacci, freestyle, any other poems 10 lines or less. Prose: haibun, flash…

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The Llanarth Group

richard III redux  OR Sara Beer [IS/NOT] richard III Sara Beer is back and ready to rule as she takes on the role of king in The Llanarth Group’s reimagining of Richard III next spring. Written by award-winning playwright Kaite O’Reilly, director Phillip Zarrilli brings his latest production to venues across Wales in March 2018.   Richard III: Bogeyman. Villain. Evil incarnate. Or…

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