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New research published today (24/11/20), conducted by the ESRI and funded by the Arts Council, shows that young people become less involved in cultural activities as they prepare for the Leaving Certificate and leave school. Using data from the Growing Up in Ireland study, the report charts a decline in reading for pleasure and taking music/drama/dance lessons between 13 and 17 years of age.
18 Youth Music and Youth Arts organisations have received a total of £1,053,000 to help the recovery of Youth Arts across Scotland and ensure creative opportunities for children and young people continue despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
We are starting to see how important creativity is to shaping our children’s capabilities and their futures. Dr Wendy Were reflects on Creative Leadership in Learning.
New programmes for local residents will be implemented in 2020 to lead the development of future talent by operating the "2020 Children's School of Architecture" for local children.
How can we increase the participation of young people (13–18 years) in cultural life? The Swedish Arts Council arranges digital talks on 9 November, 16 November and 8 December.
A nationwide digital youth theatre programme, a celebration of African and Caribbean dance and a newly conceived poetry festival are among 82 projects and research and development initiatives sharing in over £1.6million of National Lottery funding through Creative Scotland in the latest round of Open Fund awards.