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‘TOSTA: Karg Gonisogethek’

Posted on January 8th, 2016

TOSTA: Karg Gonisogethek’ yw tybyans meur dyworth Donostia penncita a wonisogeth 2016 ow tri kowethasow kespar dyworth Alban, Iwerdhon, Kembra, Kernow, Fristir, Galisi, ha’n Pow Bask yn towlen gesteudhys a drigansow artydh, golyow trommsav ha kemerans gonisogethek ‘gwreydh-gwels’ ‘TOSTA: Karg Gonisogethek’ a’n jeves tri medrans: Dhe gevewiya difranster yethek ha gonisogethek, Dhe avonsya keschanjyow gonisogethek yntra an kemeniethow ma ha Dhe lesa briow ‘Kres dre Wonisogeth’ a DSS2016EU. Rag ‘TOSTA Kernow’ Gwedhen Owr a wra oberi gans skolyow, kowethasow kemenieth ha’n Gool Morgan Kesgwlasek Aberfala.

Diw Gannas Wonisogethek kernewek yowynk a wra visitya Pow Bask rag trenyans peswar dydh, gans pobel dyworth hwegh gonisogeth aral.  Skoodhys gans gelwesigyon, y hwrons i gidya an displegyans hirdermyn spas bysyel, treus-kenedhlek ha liesyethek avel ran vew kemynro TOSTA.

Artydh kernewek a vydh arvethys dhe vewa hag oberi rag hwegh seythen yn Enysow Hebrides (Alban) ostys gans Prosieact na Eileann.  Der an keth prys y hwra Gwedhen Owr esya ostyans ha mentoryans a artydh Frysk (tennys gans AFuK).  An artydh usi ow visitya a wra kesoberi gans kernewegoryon, skolyow, artydhyon ha kemeniethow a-dro Aberfala.  Artweyth dyworth oll an seyth trigans kesgwlasek a vydh kuntellys a-berth yn ‘Tre an Gool’ gwrys dyworth kofennow gorholya.  Hemm a wra ‘trommsevel’ yn Kernow dres peswar dydh a’n Gool Morgan Kesgwlasek Aberfala hag y’ga mysk ‘orkestra dyffranster’, performyansow liesyethek, hwarvosow awenek skolyow gans drehevel skath paper euthyk bras, art an stret, ha moy…

TOSTA: Cultural Cargo’ is a major initiative from Donostia European Capital of Culture 2016 bringing together partner organisations from Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Cornwall, Friesland, Galicia and the Basque Country.

For ‘TOSTA: Kernow’ Golden Tree will work with schools, community organisations and the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival.

Two young Cornish Cultural Ambassadors will visit the Basque Country for four days’ training. A Cornish artist will be recruited to live and work for six weeks in the Hebrides (Scotland) whilst a Frysk (Netherlands) artist will be hosted and mentored here in Falmouth..

The ‘Festival Village’ constructed from shipping containers will ‘Pop-Up’ in Cornwall over the four days of the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival and will building an enormous paper boat, street art, and more…