Setting an Agenda to shore up the Creative Industries: Combining Arts and Enterprise Education to promote and conserve creativity in schools

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Setting an Agenda to shore up the Creative Industries: Combining Arts and Enterprise Education to promote and conserve creativity in schools

Wednesday, 23rd September 2020

The session will be split into two halves. First a panel discussion were panellists will represent three different perspectives: Creative education, Entrepreneurship Education and Creative Industries. The aim of the event is to explore and provide a platform for our community of researchers, educators and policy makers to:

Consider the future health of the creative sector, what are the main challenges within schools (primary and secondary) in terms of creative discipline education? how did we get here? and how to overcome these challenges?

In particular we look to explore the link, opportunities and overlap between entrepreneurship education and creative discipline education within schools. The session will consider what could we do, as a community, (e.g. research, publications, practical workshops, something else) to move this agenda forward?

The panel discussion will see each panellist present for 10-15 minutes followed by a more interactive chaired discussion and Q&A and opportunity for the wider audience/community to contribute their perspectives.

ISBE Creative Industries Entrepreneurship SIG Event:

Setting an Agenda to shore up the Creative Industries: Combining Arts and Enterprise Education to promote and conserve creativity in schools

Description

Hosted by: University of Leeds and Birmingham City University in partnership with the University of Salford on behalf of the ISBE Creative Industries Entrepreneurship SIG.

Who Should Attend

The event is targeted at early career researchers, PhD students, mid-career academics, teachers and anyone with an interest in research in the fields of entrepreneurship education, creative and cultural industries, creative industries entrepreneurship, and areas where these fields coalesce.

Benefit of Attendance

  • Sharing an understanding of the overlap of fields of creative industries, entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurship
  • Contributing to discussion and potential development of future projects and initiatives aimed at shoring up the future of creative industries
  • An opportunity to engage with a community of teachers, researchers, educators and policy makers
  • Networking with fellow academics and developing collaborations

Location

The event will take place on the 23rd September 2020 from 10.00 to 12.00

Zoom

Contact

For more information on this event please contact Dr. Stefania Romano at s.romano@leeds.ac.uk or Dr. Charlotte Carey at charlotte.carey@bcu.ac.uk

Event Price

The event is free for ISBE and ECSB members, Non-ISBE member fee is £10. The booking deadline of this event is 20th September 2020.

Please click here to register

Programme

10.00   – 10.10 Dr Stefania Romano: Welcome to the ISBECIE SIG event

10.10 -10.20   Dr Charlotte Carey: The Creative Industries and Entrepreneurship Education.

10.20-10.30 Dr Sylvia Jen:  Introduction to the event and panellists

10.30-10.40 Prof. Pamela Burnard Professor of Arts, Creativities and Educations at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

10.40-10.50 Prof. Andy Penaluna – RSA Professor Emeritus – University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Chair – Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Group Academic Advisor

10.50-11.00 Martha Bloom – University of Sussex & PEC

11.00 11.45 Interactive session: Vision, Strategies and Tactics for developing collaboration and support research in Creative Industries Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Education in schools.

11.45 -12.00 round-up of the session and next steps

12.00pm close

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