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Articles categorised as "Learning"

First National College for the creative and cultural industries to be established at High House Production Park, Thurrock

11 December 2014

Located at the Backstage Centre, the government-backed college will open in September 2016.

Participating in cultural projects can rebuild homeless people's pride and purpose AND makes for electrifying art

9 December 2014

It’s a question of dignity, says Matt Peacock of Streetwise Opera.

Children need art, like everyone needs broccoli

25 November 2014

I know that art Is good for you, but how can this be explained to those who don’t feel it instinctively?, asks Judith Merritt of firstsite.

New Season of pre-performance talks announced for 2014/15 Season

17 November 2014

Join us in the Clore Studio Upstairs for an exciting introduction to our Royal Opera and Royal Ballet productions.

Theatres and galleries are not classrooms, so why do we treat them as if they were?

11 November 2014

Should arts organizations try to fit into educational practices or embrace their own worth asks Anna Cutler of Tate.

Arts in a hospital school: 'The best time at the worst time'

28 October 2014

Staff from the Children's Hospital School at Great Ormond Street describe how having the arts at the heart of their curriculum is key to pupils' success.

Zork meets opera: new game inspired by upcoming production of Orfeo

21 October 2014

‘Don’t Look Back’ has been designed and created by a group of 11-14 year olds working with the Roundhouse and Royal Opera House.

Working behind the scenes at the Royal Opera House

16 October 2014

In preparation for TheatreCraft 2014 careers fair, a selection of our favourite backstage films and resources.

Theatre and the arts are not about the curriculum or a fix for society’s problems

14 October 2014

We need to radically rethink why we teach art and culture in schools, says Purni Morell of the Unicorn Theatre

Two years in: The Royal Opera House Bridge 2013/14 Annual Review digested

8 October 2014

A closer look at how children and young people in the east of England are connecting with art and culture.

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