Engage champions diverse education practice; runs ground-breaking projects and programmes; promotes learning through artworks, artists, museums and galleries and above all encourages everyone to get involved in the arts.
Our research programmes provide valuable evidence for advocacy, broaden gallery education practice, and inspire professionals to gain support and funding for their own projects.
Click on the links below to learn more about our many projects. Select according to your area of interest from the navigation bar on the left.
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A touring exhibition of art by children & young people with associated learning programmes
Six Engage Cymru pilot studies took place in five arts organisations in North Wales in 2014 - evaluation report now available
Engage Cymru's successor programme to Reach the Heights, working with young people in Wales, in partnership with Communities First.
Funding in Scotland to go and see good practice in delivering equality and diversity in the arts - click here to learn about previous recipients
An Engage Cymru project to provide training to visual artists & makers for working with hard to reach or vulnerable young people in a gallery setting.
In 2012 Engage Cymru worked with young adult carers as part of a wider focus on increasing opportunities for young people to engage with galleries & the visual arts.
Navigator is a new initiative designed to support professional development for artists working in participatory settings
Engage Scotland's project supporting the development of access and disability equality in visual arts venues
Engage Cymru's award-winning projects in the visual arts and health
Engage Cymru action research projects working in partnership with galleries, artists, care homes and older people
Watch this Space (2004-2011) was a funded professional development programme for galleries, teachers, artists and gallery educators in England
enquire supported projects with children and young people into the learning benefits of engaging with contemporary art, galleries and artists
An action research project by engage Scotland investigating the role of interpretation in breaking down barriers to accessing contemporary visual art
Explore was a project to improve access to galleries by disabled and deaf people in England and Wales, run in partnership with Shape
Engage Cymru action research projects investigating the ways artists, galleries and early years practitioners can support development during the Foundation Phase
Prosiectau ymchwil gweithredu Engage Cymru yn archwilio r ffordd mae artistiaid, orielau ac ymarferwyr blynyddoedd cynnar yn gallu cefnogi datblygiad yn ystod y Cyfnod Sylfaen
A fresh approach to the youth participation and skills development in the visual arts
envision was a pioneering programme supporting galleries to develop innovative ways of working together with young people aged 14-21