Striking a Chord at the Crossroads of Creativity and Care

The World Economic Forum (WEF) considers creativity to be the third most valuable attribute in the workforce of the future. Articulate’s access and participation programme uses the proven benefits of the arts to improve confidence and creativity as well as life choices and chances. Through no fault of their own care experienced young people have some of the worst social, educational and economic outcomes in the country. The outcomes are so poor that Scotland’s First Minister has confirmed a root and branch review of the whole system to halt this downward spiral. On the other hand, the creative industries are on an upward spiral of growth and are anticipating skills shortages in key areas.

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