Cymraeg

Editorial: Helo Dyfan Helo Esyllt

By Dyfan and Esyllt Lewis

When outlining our aims for this issue of Cynfas, we were eager to explore the importance of sustainability to Wales's past, present and future. By returning to the past's collections and using them creatively, we hoped to begin making sense of cultivating future sustainability. We wanted to see explorations of sustainability solutions that look beyond the individual, that provide space and opportunity for communal efforts, that centre collaboration and shared dreams.

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Issue 8: Making New Work – Artists Respond to the Now

The Betrayal Cycle

By João Saramago

A World View

By Geraint Ross Evans

Texture Map

By Philip Cheater

Reflections of Covid

By Jo-Anna Duncalf

Making New Work: Artists Respond to the Now

By Amgueddfa Cymru and Arts Council of Wales

Issue 7: Power, Money and Visual Culture

Issue 6: Art and Music

Snowdonia, Wales 1989

By Sweet Baboo

Ouroboros

By Madame Ceski

O Fargam i Valletta

By Francesca Dimech

Art and Music

By Emma Daman Thomas

Issue 5: Cynefin/Habitat

No Change

By Sioned Jones

Tomorrow Stones

By GWENBA

Twigs of Ash

By David Mullin

AGORA

By Catrin Menai

Cynefin Conversation Cards

By Celf ar y Cyd

Cynefin/Habitat

By Manon Awst

Issue 3: Art, Food and the Environment