CHEAD and APDIG are developing a Brexit Manifesto for the art, design and creative media higher education sector.
CHEAD and APDIG held an exclusive roundtable event in the House of Lords on Thursday 24th November to discuss how we can respond to the pressures and opportunities that Brexit presents to the art, design and creative media HE sector.
The overwhelmingly positive response to this event has led to a further collaboration between CHEAD and APDIG to publish a Brexit Manifesto for the art, design and creative media HE sector to be launched formally at the House of Lords in September 2017.
The Brexit Manifesto consultation process will commence with a Forum organised by APDIG at CHEAD’s annual conference chaired by Clive Gillman of Creative Scotland with Eliza Easton of CIF, and Jack Tindale of APDIG.
15 March 2017 starting 11:25 at #CHEAD2017, Edinburgh College of Art