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Will there ever be a 'normal' for the creative industries again?

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If someone told us in February that society would pretty much stop in a month, we’d have called 999 on him.

And yet, here we are. Learning new habits every day, revolutionising our rhythms, even taking advantage of this lockdown to either become more connected, or to up our skills in prevision of future opportunities.

While the most cynical of us keep themselves busy imagining apocalyptic outcomes, the more optimistic envision a bright future with much to learn, and realists try to keep everyone from flying off in

 

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