The ukadia Conference, which took place on the 8th February 2011, was a great success, described by some delegates as the ‘best yet’.
David Willetts MP spoke at the 2011 Ukadia conference on 8th February.
A ukadia-supported report has been published today on the role of higher education in the creative economy
‘Non-traditional’ students find it more difficult to find work placements in the arts and cultural s02 November 2010
The arts and cultural sector has been identified as a key growth area in the current recession, but a new research study shows that pathways to working in it are unequal.
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A new bursaries scheme, DCMS Jerwood Creative Bursaries, has been set up to create opportunities for graduates from low income backgrounds to start their careers in the arts.
Students from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) at Farnham who took part in this summer’s Elephant Parade raised more money for charity with their colourful creation than scores of celebrity artists.
Professor Lynda Morris, Senior Lecturer at Norwich University College of the Arts, has co-curated a major new exhibition of Picasso’s work, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).