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- “I believe Scotland stands on the threshold of becoming a world leader in creativity, if, and only if, the education sector embraces the challenge of creativity across the curriculum to realize the Curriculum for Excellence...”
Eric Booth, international creative learning consultant and author of The Everyday Work of Art
- “Infants are extreme explorers; they possess qualities that are often lost by adulthood: curiosity, novelty seeking, always learning (and adapting) without much hesitation, and perhaps most importantly, not being afraid of failing...”
Rachel Wu - Dept. of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester, New York
Carole Williams, National Drama Advisor, Scottish Community Drama Association
Paul Collard - Creativity, Culture and Education
Employing a 360° approach to the arts – working from a strong foundation, creating high quality performances and forging new pathways on and offline - Solar Bear challenges the mainstream and provokes society to re-evaluate its expectations...
Time to Shine, Scotland's Youth Arts Strategy
Steven Bathiche, Dir. of Research, Applied Sciences Group, Microsoft
Vision: We will be a beacon for artistic activity in the Western Isles, we will celebrate and encourage creativity in all its forms, we will be a genuine centre for our community, and we will represent and support Gaelic culture...
Judith Walsh, Live Music Now
Sir John Jones, Scottish Learning Festival 2011
The Into Film Festival - the world’s largest free film and education event for all UK schools and 5 - 19 year olds – is back for another year...
Eden Court is the Theatre for the Highlands and Islands and presents a wide and varied programme of music, drama, dance, comedy and film to appeal to all residents of the Highlands and visitors to the area...
- “Our commitment to creativity is in empowering people to express themselves in a safe and supportive environment free of boundaries, rules or criticism...”
Colin Bradie, CEO/Director, Promote Youth Theatre (Scotland)