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CLA publishes ‘ImagineNation: the value of cultural learning’

25th January 2017

Key findings of ImagineNation

The Cultural Learning Alliance has published ImagineNation: the value of cultural learning. This new publication builds on our original ‘ImagineNation: the case for cultural learning‘ published in 2011, and sets out how studying arts and culture changes and shapes the lives of children and young people.

The knowledge, skill and experience made possible by the performing and visual arts, film, museums, libraries, heritage and exploring the built environment, are essential to young people’s development. Through cultural learning, young people are encouraged to explore other cultures, past and present, and inspired to contribute to the arts and culture of the future.

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