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Empowering the next generation for a sustainable creative sector and beyond
Developed by academics from the Cambridge School of Art in 2012, the Sustainability Art Prize (SAP) is an educational programme that creates opportunities for students to engage, explore and question themes of sustainability through their artistic practices. It is open to all students studying at Cambridge School of Art and Cambridge School of Creative Industries.
The strength of this project is that it invites students to engage in the themes that are close to their own interests. This approach allows for the students to personalise their practices, including a diversity of experiences, cultural backgrounds, and prior knowledge.
SAP’s core ambition is to empower students to explore solutions to the complex problems of sustainability. The richness, variety and multiplicity of these artistic explorations are then experienced by students, staff and visitors as a whole in a group exhibition, allowing both visitors and participants to draw from this experience the fact that sustainability issues are interconnected and linked in profound ways.
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