Rhian Hutchings
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ArtWorks Cymru

I am the Partnership Manager for ArtWorks Cymru.

I also direct participatory opera projects and am Artistic Director of operasonic.

I was Director of Youth & Community for Welsh National Opera from 2007 - 2014.

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ArtWorks Cymru Conference

Find out about what happened at the ArtWorks Cymru Conference here

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Notes on some of the discussion sessions, videos of the keynotes, videos of the pecha kucha sessions and some of the comments on our graffiti wall and promise tree.

Posted on May 17, 2014 at 19:10

The Quality Question - A Wales Perspective

On 27th March at Sherman Cymru, ArtWorks Cymru will be debating The Quality Question. What does quality look like in participatory arts? How do we measure it? Is it process or product that's important?

This debate has come out of two years of research and debate that has been fielded through the ArtWorks program, a special initiative led by Paul Hamlyn Foundation. ArtWorks is exploring training for artists who work in participatory settings, and how we can advocate…


Posted on March 19, 2013 at 12:00

ArtWorks Cymru Open Space Session - 'What are we doing to open up professional arts practice to people who are never going to do a degree?' (on behalf of Ruth Garnault)

Notes from ArtWorks Cymru Training  symposium:

open space


The Question:

What are we doing to open up professional arts practice to people who are never going to do a degree?

The Context:

  1. Over 50% of people in the Creative Industries have a degree (CCI figures). In disadvantaged areas of Wales, far less than 50% are going to get a degree. How do they get a foothold in the…

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 22:37

‘Is non HE/FE/accredited training just as valid? (posted on behalf of Claire Cressey &Caroline Alford from Welsh National Opera)

 ArtWorks Cymru Open Space Session - December 17th 2012 

Key Question

‘Is non HE/FE/accredited training just as valid? If so, how do we ensure quality and raise the awareness of opportunities available?’


posted on behalf of Claire Cressey/Caroline Alford (WNO)


Context: What other ‘training’…


Posted on January 21, 2013 at 22:03

Comment Wall (6 comments)

At 11:54 on May 25, 2011, Kate Strudwick said…

Hi Rhian,

I'm still trying to get to grips with the Ning Thing

At 11:24 on August 4, 2011, Kate Strudwick said…
Hi Rhian, I've sent an invitation to Matt White.....just to see if I've got the hang of this. There's loads more I'd like to invite but I'm just testing the water first.
At 14:41 on September 5, 2011, Rhian Hutchings said…

Hi all,

I'm spending September getting ready for our next big round of Partnership meetings and furiously planning our Consultation and Audit!

Thought I'd add a few project photos to make the NING site look pretty! Please do the same - I'd love to see some of your work.


At 16:51 on December 8, 2011, Rhian Hutchings said…

Great projects lead / researchers meeting in Manchester! Lots of questions at the end of it, but thats what ArtWorks is all about!!

At 14:52 on January 18, 2012, sally carlson said…

Hi Rhian, I have just been informed about ArtWorks by Anita Holford, is it too late to be involved in the consultation event in Cardiff tomorrow? If not could you give me details.

I have just become a member so hopefully you can contact me via this link.

Many thanks


At 9:43 on January 23, 2012, Natasha James said…

Hello - it is good to be part of the network.

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