Articles from Creative & Cultural Skills

Creativity, the world of work, and social cohesion: Thinking imaginatively is key to engaging students and delivering excellent teaching

As a child, the received wisdom was that I wasn’t creative. My sister was the creative one, I was the academic one. You couldn’t be both – and it was ‘better’ anyway to be academic.

Students Make Art Not War In Response To Invitation From Artist Bob And Roberta Smith

14-18 NOW curriculum resources put creativity at the heart of learning.

Young creatives recognised in national awards

Young people, individuals and organisations, which demonstrate excellence in the UK’s cultural sector, were celebrated last night [1 April] at a glittering awards ceremony dedicated to the industry’s unsung heroes.

The Seven Year Itch – The State of the Nations

The Challenge Having spent the last seven years working outside of the UK with international skills systems and policy, I found on my return that the UK cultural sector skills landscape still had many of the same issues it had when I left:

New labour market research on arts, culture, craft and design sectors

For the first time since 2012, we have released new workforce analysis to compare the characteristics of the arts and cultural workforce with the total UK workforce at national, country and regional levels.

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