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Arts, Creativity and Employability (ACE) – pathways to creativity from care ...

This collaborative project with Abertay University took place in 2018/19 when we worked with care experienced young people to research and model good practice in working creatively and culturally.

You can see our Young Researchers' film here.

And read their shorthand summary here.

If you would like a copy of the full report please get in touch with project lead, Eona Craig.

You can follow our ongoing progress on:

   Twitter @articulateACE

Instagram @artscreativityemployability

If you would like to be part of our ongoing research and consultation projects, have views and ideas to share or would simply like to know more, then please don't hesitate to get in touch with Articulate or Abertay.

Arts, Creativity and Employability (ACE / phase 1) was financed by the European Social Fund and Scottish Government.  The project is designed to support the Growing the Social Economy Programme as part of the

Fairer Scotland Action Plan to tackle poverty and inequality.

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