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Bookings are open for the 2018 Engage Conference which will explore the intersection between arts, health, wellbeing and education.
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PUBLISHED: Engage 41 The constant is change: art, craft and design education for the twenty-first century
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Engage is the lead advocacy and training network for gallery education.

We support arts educators, organisations and artists to work together with communities in dynamic, open exchanges that give everyone the opportunity to learn and benefit from the arts.

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Join our team - current opportunities at Engage
Passionate about learning in the visual arts? Like to join the hard-working team behind the lead advocacy and training network for gallery education? Now could be your chance - Engage is currently advertising a number of roles, including:Administration Officer (Part-time)32 hours / 4 days per week, £22,500 - 25,000 pro-rataApplication deadline: 10am, ... Full story

Engage Conference 2018 open for bookings
A Social Prescription: Collaborations through arts, health and education will be hosted by the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, a centre for excellence in arts and health, we invite educators, curators, researchers, artists and policymakers to discuss the immense diversity of approaches to arts and health in current practice.It is widely recognised that engagement with the arts not ... Full story

New publication: Engage 41
We're delighted to be able to share with you the latest issue of the the International Journal of Visual Art and Gallery Education. In this issue, the Journal focuses on how galleries and museums can work effectively with schools, discussing strategies that museums and galleries are employing to support teachers, ... Full story

Integrated Programming: Learning, Exhibitions and the Commissioning of Artworks
East Midlands Area Group meetingIntegrated Programming: Learning, Exhibitions and the Commissioning of ArtworksMonday 1 October, 1 - 4pm, National Centre for Craft & DesignEngage members and regional colleagues are invited to join East Midlands Reps for an Area Group Meeting at the National Centre for Craft & Design on Monday 1st ... Full story

THE FREE EXCHANGE: Art, Engineering + The Environment
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art
Tuesday 7 August 2018
Join our free discussion exploring how engineering is affecting our environment, the inherit dilemmas in engineering innovation, and the challenges that creates for our climate.ART, ENGINEERING + THE ENVIRONMENTTim Simmons and Simon DowsonEvent starts at 7pm promptTim Simmon is an artist who uses photography and film to explore themes of ... Full details

What is a Disability Confident Museum?
Disability Cooperative Network for Museums & the Natural History Museum
Thursday 6 September 2018
Join us for a free event hosted by the Disability Cooperative Network for Museums (DCN) and the Natural History Museum.Background:Disability Confident is a government scheme that is designed to help organisations recruit and retain disabled people and people with health conditions for their skills and talent. Currently only a small number of museums have signed up to Disability Confident, ... Full details

SW Museum Skills: Essentials Programme

Various, September 2018 - March 2019
The South West (SW) Museum Skills: Essentials programme is publically funded by Arts Council England alongside the support of partners to provide access to subsidised museum specific training in the region delivered by the South West Museum Development Programme with additional content contributed by a range of regional and national partners.The 2018/19 SW Museum ... Full details

iJADE Conference 2018 - Creating spaces: Inclusivity, ethics and participation in art and design education
Glasgow School of Art
Friday 9 - Saturday 10 November 2018
This year’s conference, at The Glasgow School of Art, addresses inclusivity, ethics and participation in art and design education. These issues have returned to prominence in education at all levels, in response to the reactionary and authoritarian trends witnessed in the politics and policies of governments across the world in ... Full details

Rethinking Leadership Symposium
Museums Galleries Scotland
Monday 10 September 2018
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy AdamsSymposium OverviewJoin Museums Galleries Scotland for a one-day symposium for leaders and decision makers and reflect on what leadership means for your own organisation.Leadership can mean different things ... Full details

People Power: Embedding Community Participation
Museums Association
Wednesday 12 September 2018
Museums Association One-Day ConferenceThe benefits for museums of working with communities are many – from diversifying audiences and workforces, to introducing new voices and perspectives. But is this work creating real change for organisations, the partners they work with and lives of the people they serve? From co-curation and other participatory practice, ... Full details

Data Artist in Residence
A major London museum wishes to appoint a creative practitioner for a 6 month residency working with data to analyse, interpret and creatively display information. Full description

Adult Programmes Producer
UNESCO World Heritage Site seeks experienced individual to to produce a programme of activity for university students, independent adult learners and a wider adult audience. Full description

 

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