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The Element, 2009 by Ken Robinson
The Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) is an independent cinema and educational charity located in the heart of Glasgow...
- “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
Horsecross Arts Ltd runs Perth Theatre and Perth Concert Hall...
- “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)
- “Participation at the Tron is all about providing participants with a platform to explore their creativity in a supportive and fun environment...”
Lisa Keenan, Education and Outreach Manager, The Tron Theatre
Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director and Chief Executive, National Theatre of Scotland
Robert J. Sternberg, Oklahoma State University
Since 1994, Woodend Barn has grown into the leading multi-arts organisation in North East Scotland...
- “If we take a moment to really think about the attributes that underlie creativity, its importance in developing these skills becomes clear...”
Kate Latham, Head of Learning and Community Engagement at the Jupiter Artland Foundation
United Nations Creative Economy Report 2013 - Special Edition
Louise Sinclair, Audience Development Officer, Platform
Ankur Arts Productions (Ankur: pronounced "un- khoor" means "sapling" or "seedling") is a Glasgow-based charity which has played a pioneering role in developing Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) arts in Scotland...
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...
- “Creativity is important in learning/teaching as it can help 'digest' information and experience, and help one assimilate their new knowledge...”
Pum Dunbar, artist in residence at Project Ability
- “Creativity is engaging with the world around us and the need to interpret and make something new in response...”
Education Unit, Historic Scotland
Dan Hillier, Edinburgh Observatory
Hayley Durward, Citymoves Dance Agency
Project Ability is a Glasgow-based visual arts organisation which creates opportunities for people with disabilities and people with mental health issues to express themselves and achieve artistic excellence...
Joanna Mawdsley, Schools Education Officer, National Galleries of Scotland