About engage

engage is a membership organisation representing gallery, art and education professionals in the UK and over 20 countries worldwide. engage promotes access to, enjoyment and understanding of the visual arts through gallery education.

We are the UK's most effective advocacy and support organisation for gallery education.



Visitor Finder
Visitor Finder - London launch Thursday 11 September 2pm – 4pm Museum of London   Visitor Finder is a new initiative, funded by Arts Council England to support museums to understand and use visitor information more effectively. Working with peer museums across London, Visitor Finder will help to you to ... Full story

Resilience and Sustainability in Museums - Survival of the Fittest
8 September 2014 1 – 6pm Southbank Centre The second in a series of events by London Museums Group exploring the five Arts Council goals. Survival of the Fittest takes Goal 3 as a starting point, exploring themes of resilience and sustainability. Speakers from Southbank Centre, The Collections Trust and ... Full story

Axisweb Llandudno Roadshow
In our Llandudno Roadshow on 10 September 2014, we'll be getting to grips with all aspects of the online sphere. Llandudno Roadshow11.30am - 6pm Wednesday 10 September 2014Mostyn, 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno, LL30 1AB Artist (and Axisweb member) Emily Speed and James Smith, founder of the influential web platform this ... Full story

Sensing the past: widening access for visually impaired visitors

19 September 2014
This event is FREE to attendees and is run by the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) in collaboration with The Wilberforce Trust (a leading charity for the visually impaired) and the National Trust, who are kindly hosting the event at The Treasurer’s House in York. he aim of the training ... Full details

Mind body spirit: How museums impact health and wellbeing

Wednesday 24th September
This event invites participants to actively explore and reflect upon the role that museums can play in relation to some of the most pressing health and wellbeing challenges we currently face, through presentations (including insights from collaborating partners, short films, apps, objects, evaluation tools), group discussion and analysis. Full details

Next steps for community and lifelong learning in England - improving quality, widening participation and generating external investment

Morning, Tuesday, 14th October 2014
  This seminar provides timely opportunity to discuss the future direction of community and lifelong learning policy in England.   It is scheduled at a time of considerable change for the way the sector is organised and funded.   Key policymakers and stakeholders will consider how to build on the Community Learning ... Full details

Education Officer
This new post will play a key role in the co-ordination, implementation and delivery of the creative education, outreach and research programmes. Full description

Adult Programme Co-ordinator
Would you like the opportunity to be part of a renowned, award-winning education team and deliver a key part of our vibrant education programme? Full description


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  • engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, is a charitable company limited by guarantee
  • Charity number: 1087471
    Company number: 4194208
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    Rich Mix, 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road,
    London E1 6LA