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Right now, almost every day seems to bring another headline that sounds like it happened in a film. From violent attacks on innocent civilians,...
What does Digital R&D Mean in the Arts? What's The Value in the Arts Economy?
But there's another economy which does reward work which is exploratory in and of itself. "R&D in the arts" seems to be quite a new thing,...
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Last week I chaired a panel at London Writers' Week on how the industry and academia can work together to improve arts education and, via...
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Why We Need to Urgently Address Arts Education Before Its Too Late
With the forthcoming debate on whether arts subjects should be a part of the new EBACC scheduled for July 4th in the Houses of Parliament,...
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