Rebecca Boyle Suh
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Rebecca Boyle Suh established Artis in 2004, a social business dedicated to transforming education through the arts. Rebecca is a keen advocate of integrating the arts throughout learning, so the Artis programme is strongly linked to both the curriculum and school priorities. Before Artis, Rebecca spent 7 years at IMG Artists, an international arts management company, working in New York, London and Paris. At IMG, Rebecca collaborated with acclaimed performing artists, managing their careers, negotiating their contracts and organising special projects. As a Fulbright scholar at Yale University she earned a master’s degree in musicology, and prior to that a bachelor’s degree in music from Goldsmiths College, London University.

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Education in the Republic of Korea and the UK: National Treasures or National Headaches?

(0) Comments | Posted 18 February 2013 | (15:35)

The recent invitation to my arts education company from the South Korean Government to support the quality of creative education in their schools felt somewhat ironic. Whilst the UK Government is looking to Korea for pointers on how to excel in international league tables, Korea is beginning to...

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Equipping Our Children to be Twenty-First Century Polymaths: The Impact of the Arts on Interdisciplinary Learning

(0) Comments | Posted 10 January 2013 | (11:54)

Interdisciplinary learning is not a new concept, but is now needed in education more than ever as our economic, social, and cultural environments develop at accelerating speed. There have been countless interdisciplinary thinkers who saw no boundaries between subjects: Aristotle was a philosopher and polymath and wrote on everything from...

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Thinking Creatively About Creative Learning

(2) Comments | Posted 16 November 2012 | (23:00)

It's no surprise that the new EBacc qualification has been met with unease from the arts and creative education sectors. At the heart of Gove's plan for the new secondary qualification is a remarkable absence of arts and cultural subjects from the proposed core syllabus. This comes in a line...

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