A Welsh medium resource on the HWB website aimed at Post-16 learners, concentrating on 6 subject areas: Agriculture, Business, Drama, Leisure and Tourism, Health and Care and Early Years and the Media.
Journalism across the world 2023
Online sessions discussing the work and experiences of journalists who work, or have worked abroad, and the importance and role of the Welsh language in their career. It is an opportunity for students, learners, pupils and academics interested in journalism to hear from, and question a host of journalists. Remember to register for the seminars. 2023 SEMINARS: Illtud Dafydd, 31 January 2023, 5pm (WATCH THE RECORDING) Sports journalist with the international news agency Agence France-Presse in Paris. Megan Davies, 15 February 2023, 5.30pm (WATCH THE RECORDING) A journalist who has worked for Vogue in Paris before returning to Wales to work for BBC Wales. Andy Bell, 15 March 2023, 7.00pm (WATCH THE RECORDING) Journalist, producer and reporter who has worked in Australia for over three decades and is the 'voice of Australia' for Welsh-language media.
Gŵyl MAP a'r Gynhadledd Theatr (21/4/2021)
This year 'Gŵyl MAP a'r Gynhadledd Theatr' was held ON-LINE! It was an exiting opportunity to perform and discuss work amongst fellow theatre and performance students. Participants were able to listen to actors, playwrights and theatre directors discuss the past year, and to take a look at the future of theatre. It was held on Wednesday 21/04/2021 Below, you can watch the Panel Discussion that was held during the event.
Seiniau Uchel, Carbon Isel
'Seiniau Uchel, Carbon Isel' is a project lead by Bangor Univeristy in partnership with Pontio and M-SParc, and sponsored by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. They have organised a musical/video performance that will be streamed live on an AM channel. As part of the project, pianist and composer Tristian Evans will perform the 30-minute multi-media work ‘Dŵr, Haul, Gwynt, Golau’. Adopting the process of recycling in a creative context, Tristian Evans weaves together old religious tunes, archive visual material, Biblical texts and youth voices in two multimedia works for piano that respond to the climate crisis. Dŵr, Haul, Gwynt, Golau (Water, Sun, Wind, Light) integrates environmental words and visual materials created by young people that coincide with the piano score. Tir (Creadigaeth/Etifeddiaeth) (Land (Creation/Legacy)) responds to the notion of creation and legacy of the earth with Biblical references, in addition to exploring the pianist’s agricultural roots on Anglesey during the nineteenth century. The performance will last approximately half an hour on 25 November 2020 (19:30) Click below for further information