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Friday, 7 April 2017

Students' creation shows why the £87.4 billion arts are so important to education

Students' creation shows why the £87.4 billion arts are so important to education
- Art and Design students Molly Dalton, Hannah Warburton and Annabelle Potts went up against their contemporaries from eight other colleges across Greater Manchester in the annual GM Skills competitions, organised by Greater Manchester Colleges Group (GMCG).
With recent figures showing creative industries are worth £87.4 billion to the UK economy and employ more than 1.8 million people, the competition focused on the word ‘monumental’ to highlight why the inclusion of creative subjects in education matters so much.