Every day, we all enjoy arts and culture in many ways, and sometimes without even realising. Here's your chance to play a part in a major survey, which will take a snapshot of what activities people love to do across South East Wales, over any given 24hour period. We've selected October 21st - 22nd, so please CLICK HERE and complete our short survey. You can sign up, follow us on Twitter or see our Facebook page.
Did you read a new or favourite book? Watch a great film? Attend a dance class? Make something with art materials? Play video games or write poetry? Sing in a band or listen to the radio?
...maybe all of the above, or something completely different!
Arts and culture might take place in your own home (do you sing, write, read there?)
Events and activities right across the community are available to take part in. Here are a small selection of them taking place in South East Wales during 21st and 22nd October 2016 that might inspire you…Check out events
Administrative support/steer: National Dance Company Wales
As members of the What Next? Cardiff and Valleys groups or otherwise, the following have generously contributed to making the survey possible
Arts Council of Wales // BBC National Orchestra of Wales // Buzz Magazine // Cardiff Contemporary / Cardiff Council // Chapter Arts Centre // Codez Academy // Get Creative // Family Arts Festival // Literature Wales // Making Music Wales // National Museum Wales // National Dance Company Wales // New Theatre and St David's Hall // No Fit State Circus // National Theatre Wales // Omidaze Productions // OperaSonic // Riverfront Theatre // Rubicon Dance // S4C // Sherman Theatre // Swn Festival // Theatr Iolo // Voluntary Arts Wales // Wales Millennium Centre // Welsh National Opera // What Next Cardiff? // What Next Valleys?
Look out for headline findings from the survey after the closing date: November 22nd 2016. The final report will be published here when complete.
THERE IS STILL TIME TO GET INVOLVED. We welcome any contribution to finance, promotion, spokespeople, ideas (and all in-between) from any organisation or person.