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RSA Journal

The award-winning RSA Journal is a quarterly publication for our Fellows, featuring the latest cutting-edge ideas from international writers alongside RSA news.

You can read the latest RSA Journal, and past ones, by exploring the digital library below. 

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  • The slow death of classical music education

    Comment

    Ray Coyte

    Classical music is becoming a niche activity not helped by the fact that fewer and fewer state school pupils are learning to play orchestral instruments. It’s time to reassess our priorities, argues Ray Coyte.

  • Is art the highest form of hope?

    Comment

    Linda Bryant

    Art can have a transformative effect on mental health and wellbeing by providing hope both for the creator of the art and the person experiencing it. Linda Bryant discusses this healing effect and calls for an evolution of art in hospitals.

  • Taking flight

    Comment

    Jonathan Sapsed

    A new research hub explores how building corridors of creative industries could accelerate growth across a pan-northern ‘supercluster’.

Read blogs from RSA staff and associates

  • Fellows Festival 2024: changemaking for the future

    Blog

    Mike Thatcher

    The 2024 Fellows Festival was the biggest and boldest so far, with a diverse range of high-profile speakers offering remarkable stories of courageous acts to make the world a better place.

  • Inspired by nature

    Blog

    Rebecca Ford Alessandra Tombazzi Penny Hay

    Our Playful green planet team summarises a ‘lunch and learn’ at RSA House that focused on how the influence of nature can benefit a child’s development.

  • Why social connectivity matters

    Blog

    Andy Haldane (Main)

    Social connectivity was a theme of the 695th Lord Mayor's Lecture Series. In it, our CEO, Andy Haldane, explored the role of social capital and connectivity in nurturing health, wealth and happiness, among other things.