- Time: 19:00-21:00, Mon 7th September 2015
- Location: Oystermouth Rd, Swansea SA1 3RD See Map
- Venue: The National Waterfront Museum in Swansea tells the human story of Welsh industry and innovation now, and over the past 300 years.
- Exhibition: It is an Anchor Point of ERIH, The European Route of Industrial Heritage. Consisting of a major new slate and glass building integrated with an existing Grade II listed warehouse (formerly the Swansea Industrial and Maritime Museum), the new museum deals with Wales’ history of industrial revolution and innovation by combining significant historical artifacts with modern technologies.
Conference Banquet Dinner
- Time: 19:00-22:00, Wed 9th September 2015
- Location: The Guildhall, Swansea SA1 4PE See Map
- Venue: The Brangwyn Hall is a concert venue in Swansea. It is named after the artist Frank Brangwyn, whose famous “panels”, originally intended for the House of Lords, are displayed there.
- History: Sir Frank Brangwyn, R.A. (1867 – 1956) is celebrated as one of Britain’s most prolific and versatile artists. His work is internationally acclaimed and the huge British Empire Panels in Swansea are amongst the most important examples of his decorative work on a large scale. The Panels in the Brangwyn serve as a testament to the creative vision of the artist, but also to the Council for providing a purpose- built municipal environment where this artistic achievement could be enjoyed by the public on a daily basis. Today the building is used as a variety of functions, regularly used by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Choirs from around the Country.