Breadcrumb Home Wales and world How we support artists work internationally How we support artists to work internationally These projects demonstrate some of the ways we support artists to develop their international work. Share this Our news03.06.2019 World-class Welsh performance returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe This is Wales Edinburgh Showcase brings eleven of the very best of Welsh shows across theatre, dance and circus to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Arts news31.05.2019 Urdd Bryn Terfel Scholarship winner goes international In its 20-year history, the prestigious Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel Scholarship has helped propel many a young artist onto a professional stage and, in several cases, an international career. Cymru yn Fenis | Wales in Venice 2019 Sean Edwards represents Wales in Venice 2019. Edwards’ exhibition Undo Things Done marks the ninth Biennale presentation by Wales. 11 May - 24 November 2019. Our news06.02.2019 Arts Council of Wales publishes its new International Strategy Find out how we plan to showcase Wales’s art and artists on a global stage. Case study Threads A project led by Ceri Jones supported through our India-Wales Fund. Case study Louise Hobson Louise is an independent curator and producer who has developed her international work significantly over recent years. The world in Wales The world in Wales Wales is a multilingual, multicultural and diverse nation. We support international projects that inspire people and communities in Wales to engage with each other and the world through the arts. Wales and the World We are a bridge between the arts of Wales and the world. Find out more here. We are a bridge between the arts of Wales and the world. Find out more here. Our news08.01.2019 A briefing note on Brexit for arts practitioners We've prepared a short Briefing note on Brexit for arts practitioners. Where we work - our global relationships Where we work - our global relationships Whilst we support our artists across the world, we focus our strategic work and partnerships in specific geographical areas. Our current focus is: Europe, China, Canada, and India.