I Teach Trad and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland

October 27, 2020

teaching-traditional-music-online-iTeachTrad-lifelong-learning-Liz- Doherty

How often do you hear of a new report being published by an organisation or institution? Days, hours, weeks, months being spent by an individual or a team conducting research, gathering data, considering options, making recommendations. All followed by a big shiny launch. And then … nothing. No action. It’s like the end game all along was the publication of the nice glossy document. It drives me cracked!

Here’s an article I wrote for the Arts Council of Northern Ireland about I Teach Trad. Read the full article here.

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