University of Wales Institute Cardiff: Cyncoed Campus
Most of the conference sessions will be held at UWIC's Cyncoed campus, which is less than three miles from the centre of Cardiff, Wales's capital city. Full information about UWIC can be found at www.uwic.ac.uk. Directions to the Cyncoed campus, with map are available at www.uwic.ac.uk/transport/campus.asp
Travel to Cardiff
Links to travel information (bus, rail and air) are given at www.uwic.ac.uk/transport/gettocardiff.asp
Travel within Cardiff
A bus will collect delegates from a number of collection points every morning and return them in the evening. Full details will be posted on this page.
The following websites offer more general information about Cardiff, Wales and events taking place around the time of the conference.
Website of the main National Museum and Galleries of Wales site in Cardiff. This is the venue for the conference dinner on 9 January. The gallery houses important works by Botticelli, El Greco, Turner, Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir, John and hundreds of other artists.
General visitors information
General arts listings website
Website of Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiffs major new performing arts venue and home to Welsh National Opera.
Website of Chapter, one of Europe's largest and most dynamic arts centres.
Portal to the websites of St Davids Hall, Cardiffs main music venue, and the New Theatre.
Website of the open-air Museum of Welsh History at St Fagans, near Cardiff.