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  • Beyond the creative industries. 

    MacDonald, Stuart (Intellect. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/eta.9.3.293_1, 2013-10)
    MACDONALD, S., 2013. Beyond the creative industries. International Journal of Education Through Art, 9 (3), pp. 293-310.
    Although Creative Industries as engines of post-industrial economies have assumed an increasing global priority with implications for art education at all levels few studies exist. Nomenclature here is contested, especially ...
  • Designing engagement: the new edge. 

    MacDonald, Stuart (University of Lapland, Faculty of Art and Design., 2013)
    MACDONALD, S., 2013. Designing engagement: the new edge. In: T. JOKELA, G. COUTTS, M. HUHMARNIEMI AND E. HARKONEN, EDS. Cool: applied visual arts in the North. Pp. 56 – 67.
  • Engaging the future. 

    MacDonald, Stuart (2013-04-12)
    Whilst design thinking and user needs and experience remain important to the debate about design and design as a driver of innovation, this paper suggests that greater attention should be given to the increasing importance ...
  • Joined up creativity: creative industries and Scotland’s urban and rural creative economy. 

    MacDonald, Stuart (Zero Books., 2012-12)
    MACDONALD, S., 2012. Joined up creativity: creative industries and Scotland’s urban and rural creative economy. In: MACDONALD, S. Designs on democracy: architecture and design in Scotland post devolution. London: Zero Books. pp. 147-159.
    Central to Scotland’s creative economy is Creative Scotland, the national agency, which sits within the broader context of creative and cultural provision. For the first time a corporate plan has been produced that includes ...
  • Measure for measure: the economic and social value of creative and performing arts research in the UK. 

    Marcella, Rita; MacDonald, Stuart; Baxter, Graeme (AHRC, 2008-12-31)
    MARCELLA, R., MACDONALD, S. and BAXTER, G. 2008. Measure for measure: the economic and social value of creative and performing arts research in the UK. Swindon: AHRC.
    This work is one of a series of 34 essays on the value of arts and humanities research, commissioned by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) in 2008. This essay considers the economic and social value of ...
  • Suburbanomics – creativity and innovation at the edge. 

    MacDonald, Stuart (2011-11-17)
    The basis of this paper is that we have prioritised the city centre and its planning sometimes to the impoverishment of the “suburbs” or outlying areas, despite the fact that most of us live there. Away from the headline ...
  • Tools for community - Ivan Illich's legacy. 

    MacDonald, Stuart (Intellect. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/eta.8.2.121_1, 2012-05)
    MACDONALD, S., 2012. Tools for community – Ivan Illich’s legacy. International Journal of Education through Art, 8 (2), pp. 121 – 133.
    Although it is 40 years since Ivan Illich published Tools for Conviviality, the word 'convivial' retains an appeal conjuring up liveliness, sociability and, in this age of economic uncertainty, optimism. But in an era of ...