Art @ the Senedd 2012/2013
Art @ the Senedd brings live performances to the public area of the Assembly building, thanks to business sponsorship. View all news
A unique partnership between A&B Cymru and the National Assembly for Wales, the initiative aims to place the arts at the heart of government, promote the Senedd as a vibrant and accessible building and celebrate the diversity of talent across the country.
The dates for the 2012/13 Season of Art @ the Senedd are 6 December, 20 February, 24 April and 5 June.
The launch of the 2012-13 Season of Art @ the Senedd on 6 December will be an extended lunchtime Christmas celebration, in partnership with the National Assembly for Wales.
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Arts & Business Cymru says...
“With its aim of bringing high quality live performance to the heart of government, Art @ the Senedd is all about accessibility and excellence. Since its inception in 2000, the unique initiative has staged 70 special events, each showcasing the diversity and quality of the arts that exists in such abundance across Wales. None of them would have been possible without the staunch support of the Presiding Officer and the vision of our business partners and we very much look forward to launching our 13th season in October.”
Rachel Jones, Chief Executive,
Arts & Business Cymru
“I have attended Art @ the Senedd regularly since it began in 2000 and am now delighted to be continuing the Presiding Office’s support for this innovative initiative. The range of exciting performances never fails to delight and this season is no exception. Arts organisations large and small, established and new from all over Wales, find a fresh audience and often increased support. For us spectators there is the joy of discovery and the privilege of witnessing the talent that abounds across our country.
“Of course this unique series would be impossible without the commitment of business and the vision of A&B Cymru. Many thanks to all who make Art @ the Senedd a reality.”
Rosemary Butler AM, Presiding Officer,
National Assembly for Wales