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Arrowheads, awls, scrapers and polished stone axe fragments point to conflict at Caerau, where a six-year-old boy made the first discovery in a Neolithic ditch.
Photo show explores Japanese private investigators and extra marital affairs at National Eisteddfod of Wales
The crisis of intimate relationships in Japan is the subject of an exhibition by young Welsh photographer Becca Voelcker.
Archaeologist Ken Murphy explains why Dinefwr Park and Castle, which hosts a major literature festival this weekend, is the home of 2,000 years of hidden histories.
£60,000 has been allocated by Visit Wales to the creation of a ‘virtual museum’ telling the story of Unitarianism in Y Smotyn Du (The Black Spot).
Culture24 rounds up the most exciting new art exhibitions, all set to open in June, from England, Scotland and Wales.
A dig in Wrexham aims to reveal more of the massive defences once held by a little-known castle built following the defeat of the Prince of Wales in 1282.
Bad copies of artefacts, haphazardly-led tours and Cardiff: The Musical all featured as the Welsh capital welcomed innovative artist Janette Parris.
The latest dig at Whitewell Break, a Roman building complex on Ministry of Defence grounds in the Monmouthshire village of Caerwent, has revealed more about the Romans.
Newport will take part in Museums at Night for the first time this year. Annette Wells, from the city's museum, explains why excitement is building despite Jaws being left out.
We speak to the English artist about her plans to use song to activate displays at Cardiff Story Museum. Visitors should expect the unexpected.
Continuing the trend for alternative cinema content alongside major London exhibitions, Vikings Live is about to go on a major tour of British cinemas.
As she prepares for Museums at Night 2014, Amy Sharrocks talks about her plans for a live art event in Swansea and being "super alive" to the spontaneity of the moment.
Dozens of human bone fragments, found by a member of the public off the cliffs of Cwm Nash following storm erosion in January, could date from as long ago as the 16th century.
Take a look at five of the highlights from a £974,000 collection of the mid-20th century painter's works, bought by National Museum Wales.
A 1st century leopard cup from Italy and examples of the earliest gold in Wales could move to St Fagans as part of a bid to give the collection greater exposure.