The creative arts sector is valued to £76.9 billion in UK. In the Warwick commission report that was published yesterday all aspects of this sector is included, e.g. everything from film and music to video games and fashion. The report reveals that the number of pupils taking GCSE in design, drama and other craft-related subjects dramatically falls. The reasons according to the report are spending-cuts and the government that exclusive focus on science, technology, engineering and maths. One of the conclusions from background is that the old division from 50 years ago that the society is split into science and humanities is made irrelevant by digital technology. Thereby Arts should be a natural part of the exclusive crowd of subjects. Source: The Guardian
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