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Do the arts and humanities matter?

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Why study the arts and humanities?

Can they really help us solve the world's problems?

The event will mark the launch of the final report from GW4’s Bridging the Gap, an initiative to broker partnerships between the arts and humanities researchers and the creative and cultural industries. GW4 Director, Dr Sarah Perkins, will open the event with some of the key recommendations from the report.

The Conversation’s Society Editor, Gemma Ware, will chair the debate, and will be joined by panellists Tim Cole (Professor of Social History, Director of Brigstow Institute and academic lead, Bridging the Gap), Andrew Chitty (Creative Economy Champion, AHRC), Elizabeth Haines (Research Associate, Bridging the Gap) and Sara Pepper (Director, Creative Economy, Cardiff University).

The event is free and guests are invited to join for a drink afterwards to continue lively discussions on the importance of arts and humanities research.

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