March 10, 2020

#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 and Design and chair of CHEAD, opened the event with a rally call to the custodians of creative education to continue to inspire the next generation of creative producers.

The thread of discussions and our key takeaways can be viewed on Twitter here

Kevin Brennan MP, Shadow Arts Minister, spoke to the power of creative education, stating that ‘Man cannot live by STEM alone’.

A write up of the event can be found here

Professor Vicky Gunn’s notes and slides can be found Professor Vicky Gunn CHEAD APDIG February 2020

Paul Croft, from CREATE Education, representing the industry voice blogged about the event. Read more.

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