Archive for September, 2011

North American Association for the Study of Welsh Culture and History


North American Association for the Study of Welsh Culture and History (NAASWCH) International Conference on Welsh Studies Bangor University Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales 26-28 July, 2012 Call for Papers The NAASWCH Program Committee seeks diverse perspectives on Wales and Welsh culture – as well as proposals focused on the Welsh in North America – from many […]

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THE BATTLE OF THE TREES: VISITING WELSH TELLER AND MUSICIAN CHIRSTINE COPPER


THE BATTLE OF THE TREES: VISITING WELSH TELLER AND MUSICIAN CHIRSTINE COPPER http://www.christinecooper.info/ THE BATTLE OF THE TREES: VISITING WELSH TELLER AND MUSICIAN CHIRSTINE COPPER   (Thurs. Oct. 13: Westboro)  A child poet. A powerful magician. Two archeologists. Robert Graves, writer. A young mother in labour. And you, the listener. What could connect these people? […]

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Welsh Retired bricklayer off to Ottawa to meet mum he never knew


Retired bricklayer off to Canada to meet mum he never knew ‎ WalesOnline – James McCarthy – 11 Sep 2011 He had always thought he was Welsh-born but he now knows he hails from … The 84-year, who lives in a two bedroomed house in Ottawa, is nervous, too. …

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Welsh Films @ The Ottawa International Animation Festival


  Festival draws many stars from animation Steve Collins 08 September 2011 07:20 http://www.metronews.ca/ArticlePrint/963958?language=en Contributed A still from hip-hop artist J Dilla’s video, Geekdown, featured in Don’t Stop: Animating Hip-Hop. The Ottawa International Animation Festival is back for its 35th year, with a mix of work by veterans like Koji Yamamura, Paul Driessen, Bill Plympton, […]

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