The (Future) Wales Coast Path
The (Future) Wales Coast Path responds to the urgent threat of sea level rise. Wales is shrinking and it’s hard to imagine our seaside communities and even our capital reduced to myth.
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Women (Of Colour) And Nature
Women (of Colour) and Nature explores the ways in which we define and create our identities within nature, and the safe spaces we seek out in an increasingly unsafe world. This project will add perspectives of women of colour to an often explored topic.
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This period of creative research will see Emily Laurens visit and respond to the mills of Drefach Felindre, Carmarthenshire, as part of a longer-term project exploring textile production past, present and future.
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Decolonising Faith: Rituals for an Emancipated Futures
“Without inner change there can be no outer change. Without collective change, no change matters.” – Angel Kyodo Williams.
This project seeks to reframe what our diverse spiritual traditions might tell us about how to address the roots of our present state of crisis.
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Of the Earth
Of the Earth questions how we might preserve a sense of positive Welsh identity as we progress to more ecologically sustainable modes of living.
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Back to the Land
Back to the Land explores community farming in Pembrokeshire, creating a deep map of people’s relationships to the landscape through creative writing.
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What Happens When Memory Dies
Laolu Alatise and Yasmin Begum, with mentorship from Saqib Deshmukh, are working together on a Located Residency spanning London and Cardiff. In undertaking research, development and frequent meetings online, they are exploring selected works in contemporary Black and Asian drama and developing collaborative writing in response.
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Dinner With My Neighbours
Food is fundamental to existence. It travels the length of our bodies; to eat is to be alive. It is also responsible, by its current means of production, for massive planetary destruction.
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It Takes a Town: The Princes
This Located Residency, from designer and theatre-maker, Becky Davies, is inspired by Pontypridd’s community spirit in the face of regeneration projects and flood devastation.
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