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Advancing Creativities Research: Making Connections across Diverse Settings

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This one day conference on creativities research seeks to draw together interested colleagues from diverse settings, including homes, communities, schooling and Higher education to explore what making connections between research and practice in such contexts might afford.

Considering the implications of diverse and variegated creativities, the nexus of education, cultural and creative industries, learning cultures and innovative practices, the focus of discussion across the day will move from classrooms to communities, higher education to industries, with insights from new research-based trends and issues informing practices and programmes that promote inclusive supportive environments. With contributions from seminal scholars in the field of creativities research, this conference examines the ways in which diverse creativities are being taught, or advocated for, in primary and secondary education settings, and within and across higher education institutions worldwide.

The implications for what and how diverse creativities should be taught is examined in light of the ideological, sociocultural, political, and economic trends influencing education.

Delegate fees BERA member – £55.00; BERA Student Member – £30.00; Non Member – £70.00; Student – £40.00

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This talk is part of the Pedagogy, Language, Arts & Culture in Education (PLACE) Group Seminars series.

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