Lindsey Mendick selected to undertake 2018 ARMA Artist Commission
The fortieth issue of the Engage Journal examines how galleries and museums can commit to enhance their civic role and make their buildings accessible to a wide audience, creating a truly public space that fosters open debate and social relations.
Take a look at the five winners of the 2017 Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education
The 2017 Engage International Conference will take place in Hull, 29-30 November
Joining the Engage Council is a fantastic opportunity to connect in meaningful and constructive ways with colleagues not only in your local area, but across the country.
Films and resources from Engage at Tate Exchange, held in March 2017
Engage Cymru Unlocking Potential Training event - documentation now online
The dates for Children's Art Week 2018 have been announced
Explore a wealth of engage resources and publications here.
Careers advice from Engage members
Generation ART Resource Website - now online  Click to visit & gather inspiration for projects with children & young people

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Engage Area Group Representatives and Special Interest Representatives come together to form the Engage Council of Members, which meets regularly to offer feedback on projects and programmes, helping Engage to shape activity to benefit colleagues working in the sector. Joining the Engage Council is a fantastic opportunity to connect in meaningful and constructive ways with colleagues not only ... Full story

Save the date: Engage Cymru Arts, Health and Wellbeing meeting
2pm, Tuesday 23 January 2018, Bangor University The meeting will be held at Bangor University, hosted by Dr Gill Windle, Senior Researcher, Dementia Services Research Department. Dr Windle is a social scientist investigating health, well-being creativity and resilience in later life. Her research combines arts, science and public engagement to examine how, and ... Full story

All Inclusive: Championing diversity in museums
Thinktank, Birmingham
24 January 2018
An interactive day addressing the essential issue of how museums can diversify their audiences and workforce.Through a series of talks, discussion, debate and exchange, this event explores how museums can become truly inclusive spaces and representational platforms, and champion equality at every level.This event is for anyone that is working ... Full details

Teachers’ Seminar: Facing Feminism Representation and equality, then and now
National Portrait Gallery
Thursday 25 January 2018
In the lead up to the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, which enabled all men and some women over the age of 30 to vote for the first time, join us to explore ways of teaching equality, gender and representation using key portraits on display ... Full details

Call for Expressions of Interest: Historic Royal Palaces’ Wellbeing Programme for Young People
A new programme for young people looking to improve areas of their wellbeing and mental health, offering ‘time out’ of their busy lives. This multi-sensory learning programme will enable participants to explore the stories of Hampton Court Palace from a new and personal perspective. Full description

Strategic Manager (Kent)
National Youth Arts organisation seeks a senior arts/cultural professional to join as Strategic Manager for the Kent area, supporting work to connect children and young people to great arts and culture, particularly those in areas of least engagement. Full description

Head of Learning
London-based museum seeks experienced professional to champion the role of learning both internally and externally, and develop programmes and resources for learning that position the museum at the forefront of practice in museum learning. Full description

Artist commission
London-based museum seeks an artist to create work for a number of new galleries opening at the museum in autumn 2018. Full description


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