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Yr hyn sy’n Newydd - Arts, culture and film

  1. Four National Lottery funded superstars to celebrate this International Women’s Day

    7th Mawrth 2022

    International Women’s Day is celebrated around the globe every March 8th to highlight the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. We’re showcasing some of the amazing National Lottery funded projects created by women, as well as individuals who are taking action for equality and making a positive difference.

  2. LGBT+ History Month: Shining a light on National Lottery funded LGBT+ projects in the UK

    24th Chwefror 2022

    This February we’re celebrating LGBT+ history month by shining a light on some of the incredible National Lottery funded projects across the UK that are helping to preserve the history of the LGBT+ community.

  3. Celebrating National Lottery supported films at Sundance 2022

    20th Ionawr 2022

    Discover our top five feature film highlights heading to the big screen this Autumn, thanks to National Lottery players.

  4. Ridley Road Stories - Part Two

    29th Medi 2021

    Documenting and celebrating the African and Caribbean locals on Ridley Road, Hackney.

  5. National Lottery funded films selected for the BFI London Film Festival

    10th Medi 2021

    Discover our top five feature film highlights heading to the big screen this Autumn, thanks to National Lottery players.

  6. The Story Behind the Camera - World Photography Day

    19th Awst 2021

    Taking a look at the story behind the image, for World Photography Day.

  7. Love Literature? The Leeds LGBT+ Lit Fest is coming!

    21st Mehefin 2021

  8. A dancer finds her feet in Wales

    1st Mawrth 2021

  9. Celebrating the Life of Ridley Road

    20th Ionawr 2021

    National Lottery funded project Future Hackney unveils its Ridley Road Stories exhibition to rave reviews.

  10. National Lottery funded film is 'rare' and 'superb'...

    13th Ionawr 2021

    A closer look at National Lottery supported film 'THE REASON I JUMP'.

  11. Breaking The Code

    2nd Tachwedd 2020

    “Arts, culture and heritage are the three things that bring us together,” says Anouar Kassim MBE. The 52-year-old father of two received the Queen’s Jubilee Award in 2018 for founding the Milton Keynes Islamic Arts, Heritage and Culture (MKIAHC) – an organisation established in 2002 to deliver art workshops, seminars and events that explore the themes of architecture, geometry, arabesque and garden design.

  12. A 50 Person Zoom Disco

    2nd Tachwedd 2020

    KMAdotcom is a working art studio that bills itself as a space of originality, collaboration and imagination. It is managed by four artists from Monday to Friday but is open and flexible to suit the needs of people who come to the workshop.