Latest ideas and thoughts from our chief executive Matthew Taylor.
Want to know if claims about impact in the arts are trustworthy? Lessons and reflections from the first Cultural Learning Evidence Champions Network webinar.
Fran Landreth Strong explores the three main findings from our series of events that asked what it takes to deliver high-quality 'double benefit' youth social action projects.
n Solomon-Kawall FRSA is a community activist and artist, opening up his own garden to educate the community about environmental issues, waste reduction and particularly litter.
Join top British poets and scientists at an event organised by Daniel Powell FRSA in November
In September, the RSA Japan Fellows Network ran: Ruskin Calling: Educating Hands, Heads & Hearts In The Age Of AI; a hands-on event exploring the kind of education that will prepare us for changing times. Here, event organiser ...
November 2018 will mark 100 years after the First World War ended. In what ways could we continue to remember the Armistice and why?
Marking the publication of 'Trusted Practice' - a new RSA report documenting a UK/ Korea arts and cultural education exchange - Mark Londesborough explores one of its key themes: how to build trust between arts education ...
Alla Tkachuk FRSA is the founder of the creativity training in Africa programme MASK. In her blog, she tells us more about it.
What is the 'intellectual dark web' and what do its members really believe?
Design thinking can be a useful a tool outside the office. It can play a crucial role in education, creative activities and personal development. When we begin to consider the vast array of applications that might benefit ...