Swedish Minister for Culture visited SSE
“I am impressed by how SSE work to integrate education, art, and freedom of thought as part of both teaching and the whole essence of the school. It expands the meaning of educating yourself and prepares the student for a changing future. It is very inspiring and an attitude that I believe should permeate even more of our social life. What we have seen today is a very interesting piece of the puzzle and SSE is in many ways a beacon for education,” said Minister Amanda Lind after her visit.
In the picture: Minister for Culture Amanda Lind together with SSE Art Initiative's Pierre Guillet de Monthoux and Tinni Ernsjöö Rappe, SSE President Lars Strannegård and Stina Stiernqvist and Edvin Lindhout from the Student Association's Art Division.