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Conference booking now open
Local – National – Global
ukadia Annual Conference – Thursday 5th March 2015
London College of Communication
University of the Arts London
The success of the UK creative economy is based on its ability to combine local talents within a national creative class delivering global impact. The 2015 ukadia conference will have as its theme the local-national-global dimensions of creative education, the particular role of specialist institutions delivering arts education face in maintaining currency and relevance in the creative curriculum.
The changes taking place throughout the UK education system alongside the political uncertainties in this election year provoke debate over the ways that we continue to nurture talents, enhance participation and to think about new futures. The conference will bring to the platform a range of speakers engaged in the creative economy, arts education and politics.
Bookings for conference places made be made here.
Nick Hillman, director of HEPI will give a keynote address to the conference and the Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State at the DCMS has been invited. A representative of UUK has been invited to provide an international viewpoint.
The conference dinner will also be held at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London the evening before the conference. We are delighted to welcome John Kampfner, Director of the Creative Industries as our after dinner speaker.