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DIT to run summer school

15th April, 2015

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) is set to run Ireland’s first ever creativity summer school for children.

It will start its programme in June, and 8 to12-year-olds will get a chance to explore music, art, design, food and gaming in a higher education setting.

John O’Connor, Dean, College of Arts and Tourism said: “Creative and cultural industries have the potential to add millions of euro to our economy each year, but unless we...

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