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Research and Outputs

In order to develop high-quality and sustainable guides to creative arts practice for our key target audiences, we undertook focus group discussions with members from these target groups across our six partner countries. 


Children & Society

To access our Research Article in Children & Society, please click here. This article presents and analyses the key findings from the Focus Groups.


In order to better understand the current European landscape for the creative arts, we looked through the curricula of of our six partner countries and have put together a report on the EU policy context.


Article on collective creativity and wellbeing dispositions by Dr Lisa Stephenson.


Ethical Pillars

We framed the guides through exploration of our shared ethics of practice. Read our article on  Creative Pedagogy as a Practice of Resistance: Rhizo-textual analysis of Artist Educators’ Practices within Differing European Curriculum Policy Contexts published in the Journal for Research in Arts and Sports Education here.

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