2009 Festival Video - Wales
We are looking forward to welcoming several Welsh artists as part of the upcoming One World Many Languages: Endangered LanguagesRead More
Curator Betty Belanus discuss how the program was developed.
A couple of years ago, Welsh rocker, Gai Toms, built a drumkit from junkyard scraps. He uses it in concertRead More
In 1954, Evans recorded his landmark album Welsh Folk Songs.
Visiting festival participant Ana from Patagonia gives you a better understanding of her craft.
Linda Griffiths and her daughter, Lisa Healy, sing a traditional Welsh folk song accompanied by Ceri Rhys Matthews on bagpipes.Read More
Language teacher Iona Hughes of Cardiff talks about the recent resurgence of the Welsh language, as well as her festivalRead More
Ceri Rhys Matthews performs with Ceri Ashton and members of Sild, Martin Leamon and Sille Ilves.
Restoration Stone Mason, Selwyn Jones, describes the nature of his craft and shares his experiences at the Festival.
They produce culturally driven stop motion animations using artifacts and unfamiliar techniques.