Contributing partners

Creativity Strand

  • Content from a range of high-profile organsiations
  • Keynote address from Oscar® winning film director Asif Kapadia
  • Challenging panel deabtes
  • Bring creative education to the classroom

The Festival of Education has brought together some leading organisations from the Arts and entertainment industry to provide lots of engaging and thought-provoking content at this year’s Festival. Across the two days there are several sessions which will explore the importance of creativity in the curriculum and whether it is necessary to prepare students for the adulthood. Contributing partners include: BBC, BFI, Design Museum and the Arts Council. Further information can be found below.

Creativity in Education

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Creativity: Why we cannot afford to ignore it

The future labour market is being fundamentally reshaped through automation and artificial intelligence, so why are we not doing more to balance our obsession with the ‘traditional’ over the ‘creative’?

The gatekeepers of curriculum design and delivery can no longer be allowed to ignore that creativity is an integral part of shaping young lives and is crucial in preparing young people for their careers, regardless of the route they take. Film and the moving image offers an exciting and engaging way to bring creative education to the classroom.

Enjoy a rare opportunity to listen to Oscar® winning film director Asif Kapadia talk about how important creative education has been to his film career, and hear from experts who excel in non-creative industries on why they believe creativity – particularly through film and moving image – is so important no matter what path in life you take.

Want to ask the panel a question? Use the hashtag #foe19create in advance of the event.

 

BFI Content

Creativity why we cannot afford to ignore it

Asif Kapadi

Thursday 14:40-14:40 | Venue 3