Dominic Williams lectures in the Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
He is also is a poet, a performer and creative writing mentor. Since 2014 he has curated the literary programme for an international arts festival At the Fringe in Tranås, Sweden. Williams is the MC of west Wales’ most established regular spoken-word event P&P@theQ and has performed his own work in Wales, Ireland, Sweden and the US. In 2012 He was partner in the delivery of the inaugural Dinefwr Festival in Llandeilo and the Pili Pala festival in Swansea and is a poetry editor has worked with poets translating work from Bengali, Turkish and Swedish.
Williams enjoys the learning process of working collaboratively and is currently developing a series of improvised spoken-word and movement performances in collaboration with contemporary dancer Stina Nilsson for the European arts festival circuit. This act is called Your Strangest Friend. In 2016 he collaborated on a poetry performance piece with Jonas Svensson and has worked with American film-maker Georg Koszulinski with film and poetry. Williams has recently created a 20 minute performance piece focusing on mental health issues and well-being. He is also currently working toward an internationally traveling inter-disciplinary arts exhibition with Milica Denković, Irena Frantal and Martin Holm from Serbia, Croatia and Sweden.