Professor Jonothan Neelands' keynote presentation at the NSEAD National Conference 2015 draws on evidence from the Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value. Addressing the economic value for the arts in education, Needlands argues that without educational intervention the the creative industries will be impoverished and limited to the most social and economically advantaged groups.
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