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The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill was completed last month and includes changes to copyright for the usage of certain works in certain situations (including orphaned works- or copyrighted work for which the copyright owner cannot be contacted). This follows the proposal of changes to the UK’s copyright system as part of last year’s Hargreaves Review. For more information on these changes, the AOI has written a full blog post here.
Some of the UK’s best loved authors and illustrators will come to Cardiff between 20-24 March this year where the capital city will be transformed into a wonderland of myths and magical characters for the first ever Cardiff Children’s Literature Festival. Continue reading
Literature Wales is holding a Writing and Illustrating for Children conference on Saturday 23 February, at the University of Glamorgan in Trefforest.
It is a day of talks, workshops and conversation, aimed at people interested or active in producing work for children. Relevant events for illustrators include talks on collaboration and digital platforms, comic strip and picture book workshops plus a speed dating style event for writers and illustrators.
Full details for how to book, tickets and each workshop are on the Literature Wales website here:
Ghosts of Gone Birds is an ongoing art project dedicated to breathing life back into the birds we have lost – so we don’t lose anymore. The project features a plethora of artworks by a selection of multi-talented artists, including Welsh Illustrator Stuart Whitton, who is exhibiting the above piece at the Brighton based show. Ghosts of Gone Birds will be on until January 31 2012 at The ONCA Gallery, 14 St George’s Place, Brighton.
More details at the GOGB website
Our friend Niki Pilkington will be exhibiting her work at Galeri Caernarfon from 11th January until 22nd February 2013. If you’re in the area be sure to check out her work, it’s fantastic! For more information visit the gallery website: http://galericaernarfon.com/galeri
Niki Pilkington: http://www.nikipilkington.com
Take a look at the latest selection works from Welsh or Wales based illustrators.
(Cardiff based Illustrator) Ian Watson‘s artwork is currently gracing the cover of Cardiff/Wales-based art magazine ‘Blown’, for an issue which centres around art addiction. For more details on the Welsh magazine visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/blownmag
(From the WMC) ‘Join us for an evening of live music as we celebrate the opening of Pete Fowler’s exhibition Oceans of Fantasy. There will also be a chance to play the Van AudiOrlax synth and Pete’s Toy Piano.
Live music will be provided by Y Niwl,
“it’s hard not to be swept along on their loving retro wave” – Independent’
See the WMC website for more details.
Exhibition: Pete Fowler: Oceans of Fantasy
WMC Cardiff, 07 Dec 2012- 24 Feb 2013
Cardiff illustrator Matt Joyce a.k.a Themeekshall has been busy illustrating the windows of Milgi- ready for the festive season- and with an interesting mix of Christmas and Mexico. Check out more of the work here or pop along to Milgi on City Road in Cardiff, to see the artwork in all its glory!