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#Creative Education2020 At a packed event in the Houses of Parliament on 25th February 2020 CHEAD and APDIG hosted parliamentarians, members, industry representatives and guests in the Jubilee Room. Professor Anita Taylor, Dean of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art...

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APPG Craft

A new APPG has formed to drive craft up the agenda. Summary of inaugural event held 16th October 2018 Houses of Parliament. CHEAD and partners at the All-Party Parliamentary Craft Group attended the launch of a new advocacy group. The mission of the group is 'To...

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Scottish Culture Strategy open for consultation

A Culture Strategy for Scotland A Culture Strategy for Scotland to include what matters most about culture in Scotland and what priorities for supporting culture are over the next decade. The draft Culture Strategy for Scotland for consultation builds on the feedback...

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Brexit Manifesto for Creative HE – First Roundtable

                 The first of the series of regional consultation workshops which will inform our Brexit Manifesto for Creative Higher Education, to be launched at The Palace of Westminster on 11 September 2017 in the presence of the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, was hosted...

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Policy Update – Post-Election June 2017

#GE2017results Just when you thought it was safe to make plans again, the election opens out new vistas of unpredictability and instability. On the good side, from the point of view of creative education and industries, John Kamfner at Creative Industries Federation...

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Creative HE – Brexit Manifesto Consultation Events

                 CHEAD and APDIG are developing a Brexit Manifesto for the art, design and creative media higher education sector. Creative HE Brexit Manifesto CHEAD and APDIG held an exclusive roundtable event in the House of Lords on Thursday 24th November 2016 to...

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CHEAD 2017 – Highlights!

Back in London after all the excitement and delighted with the resounding success of #CHEAD 2017! Huge thanks to Prof Dean Hughes for hosting the two-day event for 80 delegates at ECA's beautiful and atmospheric Sculpture Court and lecture theatre. This year began...

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