What’s in the Pipeline? ukadia 2013 conference
What’s in the Pipeline?
Fuelling the creative and cultural economy of the future.
ukadia conference, 27 February 2013
Dyson Building, Royal College of Art
(Pre-conference dinner ? evening of 26 February, Royal College of Art Senior Common Room)
Last week Michael Gove announced that he is abandoning his plans to replace GCSEs with the English Baccalaureate Certificate, and that GCSEs will now be reformed. Performance measures in school league tables will now consist of an eight-subject measure of GCSEs which could include art and music.
With arts and design education being squeezed in the secondary school timetable, and ongoing funding concerns for arts further and higher education including postgraduate, the conference will explore how we protect the pipeline of creative practitioners to the UK?s highly successful creative and cultural sector.
We are delighted to announce that the following speakers have been confirmed:
Dinah Caine, CEO, Creative SKillset
Diane Coyle OBE, Vice Chair of the BBC Trust and freelance economist
Sir Peter Scott, Professor of Higher Education Studies at the Institute of Education
Pauline Tambling, Joint CEO, Creative and Cultural Skills and Director, National SKills Academy for Creative and Cultural
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