As part of our role as a world-leading national arts centre, we build and facilitate relationships across the arts and cultural sector. Working collaboratively and supporting others through partnerships enables us to maximise impact.
We work with partners on a local, national and international level every year to extend the benefits and opportunities of engagement with arts and culture to as many people as possible.
These partners include Welsh Government, Arts Council of Wales, Cardiff Council, Cardiff and Vale College and a myriad of education, skills, community and creative organisations across Wales and beyond.
Education and creative learning partnerships
- Cardiff and Vale College (CAVC) - Partners on our Technical Apprenticeship Scheme
- Valleys Kids and Sparc – Our partners in Together Stronger
- Create Jobs
- Princes Trust
- ProMo Cymru
- Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
- Screen Alliance Wales
- YMCA Swansea
Valued Partnerships with Local schools
As part of this programme students can gain unique insights into the creative industries. Schools include: Cardiff West Community High School, Fitzalan High School, Cathays High School, Willow High School, Mount Stuart Primary School and Grangetown Primary School.
National and sector wide partnerships
Regional theatre venues
We routinely engage with a network of regional theatre venues to collaborate and share best practice, key challenges and opportunities.
Also among our partners are our eight cultural residents who further enhance Wales Millennium Centre’s status as a cultural campus.