The aim of the IWD 2023 EmbraceEquity campaign theme, we spotlight influential women in Wales who are supporting equality and connecting the world.
Hay is home to over 30 bookshops, a renowned literary festival and Mary Fellowes, someone passionate about getting people into reading.
Port Talbot boasts Wales' most unique tourist attraction, the Baked Beans Museum of Excellence, which is set to close its doors later this year.
The exhibition tries to find various ways to support artists with disabilities, especially those emerging artists.
The Cardiff National Museum is not only a place to learn and appreciate art, it is also a great place for children or families to play.
Two Cardiff based artists are helping communities battle mental health and breakdown social barriers though their mobile art studio.
This Black History Month, how is the National Museum of Wales trying to keep the Black Lives Matter movement alive?
A theatre cafe is opening in Cardiff to encourage inclusivity among the creative community and help them showcase their talent.
Free activities with musicians from different cultures for children are coming this week in Cardiff, bring multi cultural people together
How has poetry changed the lives of the National poet of Wales, a poet recovering from cancer and a female poet?
From pink dragons to Persian poetry, take a walk through Cardiff's street art that brings stories from around the city to life.
The craft shop challenged the idea of selling snacks in a vending machine as the first craft kit vending machine in Cardiff launched.
Award-winning theatre group talks about grief with a gut-wrenching satire on their late friend's passing.
Music has always brought Welsh people together - and Cardiff City Centre stands as a testament to this rich tradition.
Schoolchildren and public contribute their talent to restore our wildlife by creating virtual ark.
Artist based in Cardiff is raising funds through her campaign for a charity which hopes to end child poverty in Wales.
Some interesting facts about the United Kingdom that would make great dinner table conversation.
Two young Welsh performers talk about diversity in acting, and what they want to achieve.
Take a closer look at the new mural that has appeared in Riverside, and why it's so important for the community.
The man behind the new mural in Butetown explains his motivations and goals for the future.
Microscopic art inside bollards on the Hayes, worth £30,000 each but unknown for 11 years.
People with various disabilities find it more difficult to deal with the lockdown. Soundworks music-making workshops come to their rescue by helping them to keep going through rest of the week.
UK’s largest international contemporary art prize returns to Cardiff next month. Six artists from around the world have been selected...
Members of the autistic community in Cardiff created a virtual scratch night with the help of Aubergine Café and the Arts Council of Wales.
A Welsh artist who cared for a disabled child for years created during the pandemic.
Children from BAME communities in Cardiff are getting exposed to necessary skills in photography and their work is being displayed at WMC.
Animation lovers can enjoy Cardiff Animation Nights online for free
DMU Gospel Choir conducts virtual Christmas Concert for people across world to keep up holiday mood amid the pandemic. A...
Theatr Clwyd boss says Welsh Government ‘has given no reason’ why they cannot reopen
Learn about the only Victorian market in the city that was constructed in the 18th century.
National Museum Cardiff will interpret art through a 'queer' lens to bring out the hidden diversity in British culture
The 'Museum of the Moon' exhibit in Wales Millenium Centre is on show until 5th January.