Opening Doors: Opportunities for Arts and Culture in the New Education Landscape of Yorkshire and the Humber 2013

Opening Doors:A review of opportunities for arts and culture in the new education landscape of Yorkshire and the Humber, was IVE’s (then known as CapeUK) second report into the state of arts & cultural education in the region.

Opening doors concentrates on schools; analysing the pressures and priorities they currently face, and identified potential drivers and opportunities for the arts and cultural sector to support and engage with them at this time of unprecedented change in the education system.

The report aims to:

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