Join the debate on the importance of creativity and the arts in learning and education.
RSA Cymru/Wales and the Design Commission for Wales invite you to join the debate on the importance of creativity and the arts in learning and education. The panel will make their case and consider your questions in this event chaired by Yvonne Murphy FRSA, Executive producer & Artistic Director, Omidaze Productions.
David Anderson, Director General, National Museum of Wales
Maria Asenjo, Architect, DCFW Design Panellist
The power to create is high on RSA agenda and creativity is identified by DCFW as ‘at risk’ in aspects of design education and practice. The RSA’s Creative Learning and Development statement highlights their conviction that "People of every age can learn to develop their creative capacities both as a means to raising attainment and broader outcomes, and as an important end in itself”.
Join us as we ask what this means for creativity and the arts, and for learning and education in Wales. Which good practice examples can we build on? How will the opportunity assist a much needed injection of renewed creative vigour in design education? How can the various sectors find common-ground and align with a single, shared vision that harnesses the power of creative learning?
If you have any questions, please contact Rich Pickford: email@example.com
Location: Design Commission for Wales, 4th Floor, Cambrian Buildings, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5FL