Welcome back – Aberdeen Art Gallery CPD sessions

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Aberdeen Art Gallery re-opens to the public on Saturday 2 November following its landmark redevelopment. The Learning team is excited to share this fantastic cultural venue with all our learning colleagues. With 21 galleries, a purpose-built Learning Space, Seminar Room, digital and other hands-on interactives for all ages, more artworks and objects on display than […]

Arts Across Learning Festival report for 2018

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Ahead of launching this years Arts Across Learning Festival we would like to share the Festival report from last year.  The report shows the impact on children’s learning as well as giving a flavour of the activities on offer to…

Mini Symposium with Internationally Renowned Speaker Paul Collard.

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When    Wed 7th February 16:00 – 18:00 Where   New Kings, Lecture Theatre NK1, University of Aberdeen Book your place now Internationally renowned speaker Paul Collard, Chief Executive of Creativity Culture and Education, the International Foundation f…

Arts Across Learning 2017: Report

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Creative Learning is delighted to share a report on the 2017 Arts Across Learning Festival. The Festival is coordinated annually by Creative Learning, and is an important part of our calendar of work each year. As the festival has recently… Source: Creative Learning