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Don't Stamp out the Earth!

17 August 2006

In Britain, we produce enough rubbish to fill Cardiff's Millennium Stadium every week! If everyone lived as we do, we'd need two and a half worlds.

Joint presence gets off to a great start at the National Eisteddfod

8 August 2006

Almost 2,000 people visited the Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales and The National Library of Wales stand at this year's National Eisteddfod in Swansea on the first day of the week-long festival. This is the first time the Museum and Library have worked together at the Eisteddfod, and it's already a great success with Eisteddfodwyr of all ages.

Art meets industry at the Swansea Eisteddfod

8 August 2006

Blue MacAskill commissioned by National Waterfront Museum Swansea

Blue MacAskill, artist, photographer and film maker, has been commissioned by the National Waterfront Museum and the National Eisteddfod of Wales to create an installation for the largest annual open-air cultural event in Western Europe, which will be held near Swansea from 5 to 12 August 2006.

Crafty Slatey Fun this Summer!

7 August 2006

24 July – 1 September 2006

If you're looking for some fun family activities this summer then head for the National Slate Museum in Llanberis. With a packed programme of activities ranging from decorating a picture frame with slate mosaic through colouring a slate to using the Art Cart Package and badge making, there's something to suit every age and taste!

Join us for family activities at the National Eisteddfod

3 August 2006

There's something for everyone at the Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales and National Library of Wales stand at this year's Eisteddfod.

History Matters says Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales

3 August 2006

Why is history important to us? How would we like the beginning of the 21st century to be remembered by future generations? Are we doing enough to remember and celebrate the lives of our forefathers?