Creative Partnerships’ two-year pilot programme ran from April 2002 to March 2004, with a budget of £40 million, it covered schools in 16 areas chosen from a list of England’s most economically and socially challenged neighbourhoods. Creative Partnerships was the government’s flagship creative learning programme, designed to develop the skills of young people across England.
The award-winning book Footnotes to an Idea – celebrated a number of the projects with narratives from the participating artists, students and project leaders along with inspiring quotes from well-known visionaries. The book expressed their stories in overlapping threads using a variety of creative printing techniques on multiple layers.
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