DescriptionThere is growing concern that creative subjects such as art, music, and drama are being side-lined in schools in favour of other subjects. However, creative education is also seen as a crucial step in developing skills in young children. This is especially relevant in the city of Dundee, where skilled creative people support our growing creative industries.
So how do we make sure arts education is delivered in a way that benefits children’s development?
Dr Anna Robb from the University of Dundee, explores why it is important to include children when developing school lessons and careers advice for the future. This presentation will draw on research focused on young children’s experiences of visual art in the home, at school, and within in the local community. Anna will give examples of how our relationships with school subjects, such as art, inform our identities from an early age.
|Period||5 Oct 2021|
|Event title||Festival of the Future: The University of Dundee's flagship festival programme that celebrates and enhances collaboration between science, art, and culture.|
|Location||Dundee, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||National|
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