Amazingly, almost a month has gone by since the Earlyarts UnConference and we’re absolutely thrilled with the quality of experiences everyone has reported having, and the discussions that are coming out of this, all very different. Reading through the feedback, it struck me that the range of people’s experiences was very diverse.
Its a question we’ve been asking ourselves for years. Until recently that is, when the answer arrived via a superb opportunity for collaboration!
Part Two of my experience at Tate Modern for the Worlds Together conference. Firstly, I surprised myself by enjoying Damien Hirst’s exhibition, In and Out of Love. Being a paraglider pilot, I have a deep affinity with free flight and I hold in awe any animals that can do this naturally.
I am basking in the glow – not just of my summer holiday (which was fantastic and made a long-held dream come true – more of which later), but of spending three days being inspired by some of the most beautiful examples of imagination that I’ve experienced in a while.
In Ruth Churchilll Dower’s latest blog she looks at a few highlights from the latest bits of life attending a whirligig of recent events on the leadership road
In this month’s blog, Ruth Churchill Dower discusses the recent Henley Review of Cultural Education
Earlyarts Director, Ruth Churchill Dower sums up her thoughts about the best way of helping build children’s creative confidence and skills
Ruth’s latest blog discussing communication between parents and babies and how children’s communication environment influences language development
A review of the Theatre Educators Forum at Nottingham Playhouse by Ruth Churchill Dower, Director of Earlyarts