Westminster Adult Education Service plans to drastically cut our Glass, Ceramics, Jewellery and Visual Art technicians - thereby reducing the quality of service and support provided to us, the students! Our technicians are the bedrock of our departments, without them a poor quality of service will be provided, if at all. We will be paying for our creative courses (more in some cases) and receiving much less! Think of the implications it will have on our making, alongside our safe working environment -without our technicians, who are also First-Aiders and Fire Marshels. Please help us to preserve the quality of our creative learning experience by signing this petition.
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Audrey Doherty, United Kingdom11 months ago Comments: As a visual artist and arts facilitator I agree with all of the above and I fully support this petition.
Angela Hume, United Kingdom1 year ago Comments: -
William Crellin, Germany1 year ago Comments: I am an Australian glass artist who feels the need to sign this petition not only for the good English glass and wider craft community, but also for the greater good of glass and crafts within Europe. As an artist coming to Europe to further my glass education, England is a country with real opportunity to push development, and with such a blow as to cut funding for much needed trained technicians, I believe it will be sacrificial to the quality of education in England and will have an effect that flows onto greater Europe.
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