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engage International Summer School 2012

Dynamic Roles: The changing positions of educators, curators and artists working with audiences
28 May-1 June, Helsinki, Finland

Theme & Programme
Peer Presentations
Image Gallery
Participant blog - Katie Bruce
Participant blog - Stephanie Hawke


"Attending engage International Summer School has had a significant impact on my professional development as both an artist and arts educator."  
2012 Summer School Participant

Twenty-nine engage members joined engage for the 2012 International Summer School in Helsinki, a peer-led event for mid to senior career gallery educators.

The event was hosted by Helsinki Art Museum. As well as a stimulating range of peer-led sessions and venue visits, the event included attendance at the It's All Mediating conference (30-31 May, Kiasma, Helsinki) an international conference of educators and curators, hosted by The Finnish Association for Museum Education, Pedaali; The Finnish Society for Curators, SKY; and CuMMA, Aalto University. Delegates took part in in-depth discussion, met colleagues from across Europe, heard keynote speakers; and some presented case studies.

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Pinhole photo by Gaby LeesPinhole photo: futurhaus, EMMA and public art piece, Helsinki, by Gaby Lees

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