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A five-year quest to scientifically date some of Wales's ancient monuments has surprised archaeologists and excited hundreds of residents who got involved. Richard Suggett, who has written a book about their findings, tells Culture24 more.
Karen Mirza & Brad Butler, Theaster Gates and Omer Fast among shortlist for world class art prize deserving of more attention. Mark Sheerin visits the show.
The co-producer of a new play celebrating Cardiff's musical history remembers the heyday of the Casablanca club, which welcomed Ronnie Scott, Van Morrison and more.
Recreations of his Greenwich Village bohemia, art inspired by his birthplace and a chance to see the bedroom he once called smelly - here are five places to meet Dylan Thomas.
The skeleton of Blodwen, a hardworking woman who lived in Wales 5,500 years ago, will be showcased to the public in style if a six-week, £3,000 crowdfunding appeal succeeds.
A major grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund will help museums in Wales fulfil the exciting potential of new archaeological discoveries recorded by the Portable Antiquities Scheme.
Historic Pembroke Castle, the great Welsh fortress where Henry VII was born, is now the site of one of the country’s largest artworks, The Great Map of Wales.
In the latest of Culture24's Artist's Statements we hear from video artist Omer Fast, whose 40-minute film continuity explores repetition and loss.
Excavating the protected, fragile Pembrokeshire area for the first time, archaeologists have found Neolithic and Bronze Age ritual stones and field systems.
One of more than 300 artists taking part in open studios across Wales, Michelle Bartleet-Greavey is the artist behind the Baa Stool - a spot of luxury made in wool.
A look ahead to the political and international art prize and exhibition, which this year occupies three venues in Cardiff.
The Nelson Museum in Monmouth is looking for help to fund the conservation of an important First World War artefact – a flag commemorating the sinking of HMS Monmouth in 1914.
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.