Are you interested in the arts or feel passionately about north Wales and the impact of climate change?

Egin is a brand new, international artist residency in Capel Curig, in Gwynedd that places climate change, arguably the biggest issue facing humankind, centre stage.


The organisers are looking for 13 ‘Local Connectors’ to get involved. Each Local Connector will be paired with an artist participating in the residency in order to help develop their knowledge and connection with the location prior to their arrival. You will also be invited to welcome your artist, to attend talks (programmed around the themes of climate change) and to experience some of the work created by the artists during their time in Snowdonia.


The organisers will cover reasonable travel expenses.


For more information, please come along to our Local Connector event to learn more about National Theatre Wales, Egin and the role of the Local Connector.


Venue: Plas Y Brenin, Capel Curig, LL24 0ET

Date: 2 May 2019

Time: 7pm


Please contact to confirm your attendance.


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1-13 July 2019

Snowdonia National Park


Now more than ever we need the arts and culture to help us respond; to provoke and motivate us by offering ideas that challenge our perceptions and influence our behaviours.


Eginaims to kick-start fresh artistic responses to the topic. Taking creative experimentation as its starting point, Egin seeks to inform new practice, imagine possible futures, and inspire sustainable approaches to living.


Developed by National Theatre Wales in partnership with Natural Resources Wales and with support from the National Trust, British Council Wales and Snowdonia National Park.


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