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engage South East Area Group Meeting, Tuesday 15 Sept at New Art Centre
engage South East Area Group MeetingTuesday 15 September 2015, 12.00-4.00pm The Roche Court Educational Trust, New Art Centre, Wiltshire Exploring Art Outdoorsengage South East Area Reps invite members and regional colleagues to an Area Group Meeting at New Art Centre on Tuesday 15 September 2015, 12-4pm. The meeting offers an ... Full story

engage South West Area Group Meeting, Sat 26 September, part of Plymouth Art Weekender
  engage South West Area Group Meeting Saturday 26 September 2015, 10.30-12.30Plymouth Arts Centre  engage South West Reps invite members and regional colleagues* to an Area Group meeting on Saturday 26 September at Plymouth Arts Centre.The focus of the meeting will be networking, and there will be a chance to ... Full story

engage Cymru Area Group Meeting, Wed 30 Sept, Arts in Health and Gallery Settings
  engage Cymru Area Group Meeting Wednesday 30 September 2015, 10.00-12.30Oriel Ynys Môn, Llangefni, AngleseyArt in Health and Gallery Settings engage Cymru invite members and regional colleagues to an Area Group Meeting at Oriel Ynys Mon on Wednesday 30 September 2015, 10.00am-12.30pm. The meeting will offer an update on engage ... Full story

Women working collectively, what is your value?
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Thursday 9 July 2015
The Temporary Separatists (Rose Gibbs and Sofia Landström) present a panel discussion as part of ICA Talks series Artists, what is your value? Chaired by The Temporary Separatists, speakers include Angela Dimitrakaki, Catherine Elwes, Margaret Harrison and Johanna Gustavsson.With a focus on collectives that are rooted both in gender (eg. ... Full details

Tate Britain Fighting History panel discussion
Tate Britain
Thursday 10 September 2015
How is ‘history’ made? Whose histories are recorded for posterity? How have extra-institutional impulses complicated official (art) histories?This panel discussion focuses on notions of history, cultural memory and ‘history from below’ - allowing space for a critical reflection on how ‘history’ is made, and asking questions about whose histories are ... Full details

Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Facilitators at Ballet4Life, 10 September 2015
Waterman Arts Centre
10 September 2015
This full-day training workshop will be delivered by Arts 4 Dementia and Dementia Pathfinders. The aim of the day is to give arts organisations and facilitators insight into the various types of dementia, the challenges people face as symptoms begin to appear, their existing skills and how best to access ... Full details

Kids in Museums Teen Workshop
Kids in Museums
17 September 2015
Hands up if you’d like to have more teenagers choosing to visit your museum or gallery? Want to invite them into your gang but don’t know where to start? Then Teen Workshop is for you.The day will be chaired by Rachel Moss, Young People’s Programme Manager at the National Portrait ... Full details

The Message and the Medium
Hauser & Wirth
19 October 2015
‘It is the artist’s job to try to dislocate older media into postures that permit attention to the new. To this end, the artist must ever play and experiment with new means of arranging experience, even though the majority of his audience may prefer to remain fixed in their old ... Full details


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