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23 March 2017
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I was very impressed with Rambert, and my response relates to my experiences of technology over the years - its 'experts', its attitude...
In Defence of the Arts: The Value of Arts and Humanities Degrees
With tuition fees at £9,000 a year and set to rise even further, the stakes are high, and a degree is becomingly increasingly viewed as...
Rwanda's Creative Industries Policy takes Shape through the Diversity of Cultural Expressions
''It's really important to have creativity to solve challenges in society, especially following our troubled past. We have to be creative...
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GDIF: A European Outdoor Festival in London
Whilst GDIF has been delighting audiences with free outdoor arts over the last 20 years, a wider revolution in the use of public space...
We Need to Harness Everyday Creativity to Create a Better Society
We need this in every business, every home, and every school, to shape a more active, purposeful and engaged society. And we're only going...
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Learning the Ropes of the Creative Industries
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Stunning Photo Series Of Everyday Items Taken Apart And Photographed
Ever wondered what the innards of a computer or a fire extinguisher looked like? A photographer from Toronto, Canada, has created a stunning...
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