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Engage seeks new members for the Engage Council
Learn about Celebrate ART, an exciting collaborative project developed to celebrate the creativity of young people through the visual arts in Scotland.
A collaborative networking and showcase event led by Bangor University in partnership with Wales Arts Health & Well-being Network. Event now SOLD OUT
Learn about the six winners of this year's Marsh Awards
The 2018 Engage Conference which explored the intersection between arts, health, wellbeing and education.
Share your projects with over 800 colleagues across the UK
Learn about this year's commissioned artist, Lindsey Mendick, and The Turnpike Pottery
Presentations, notes and resources from Engage Scotland's Early years learning in galleries seminar
Articles, blogs, podcasts and presentations to get you thinking about leadership in a whole new light
Poet Dean Atta on why all children deserve to be able to express themselves creatively.
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Introducing a new Chair and Trustees for Engage
Attendees at the recent Engage AGM will know of the new additions to the Engage Board of Trustees including a new Chair, Shân Evans Maclennan alongside trustees Andrew Lawson, Lorraine Midda and Janie Nicoll.Shân Evans Maclennan has had a long career as an arts educator, most recently at Southbank Centre, London where ... Full story

Let's Get Real Conference 2019
Culture 24, Wellcome Collection
Wednesday 30 January 2019
In order to remain relevant for audiences, arts and heritage organisations need to connect digital practice with social purpose. At the Let’s Get Real Conference you’ll learn from inspiring speakers working within and beyond the cultural sector to bring these areas together. Sessions will combine strategic ideas and practical recommendations, ... Full details

Family Arts Conference 2019
Everyman Theatre
Tuesday 12 February 2019
The UK’s largest family arts and culture conference will explore the value of family engagement and how we can communicate that value to families, funders and the wider cultural sector. This event will bring creative professionals together to explore the benefits and challenges of planning, delivering and monitoring accessible and ... Full details

Implementing the Museum Action Plan 2018: Curating attractive and diverse museums and galleries
Venue TBC
14 February 2019
Speakers Confirmed: Sarah Philp, Director of Programmes, Art Fund Emmie Kell, CEO, Cornwall Museums Partnership Further Speakers TBC Context: Building upon recommendations made by the Mendoza review in 2017, the new Museum Action Plan has set out specific criteria for museums and galleries to improve. In order for museums and galleries to flourish ... Full details

Aesop Institute 2019
Canterbury Christ Church University
14-16 May; 3-4 September
Aesop Institute 2019 is a continuing professional development (CPD) programme for Arts and Health Professionals with an interest in devising and running successful Arts in Health programmes. It is a collaboration between Aesop and Canterbury Christ Church University Faculty of Health and Wellbeing.The programme responds to demand from both Arts and Health ... Full details

Coming Home Learning Programme Developer
London-based art gallery seeks experienced individual to work freelance to develop, coordinate and communicate an activity programme for audiences for a new project. Full description

Engagement Curator
Leading south-east public gallery seeks an experienced Engagement Curator to assist with the delivery of the gallery's innovative learning and engagement programme. Full description

Communities Curator
A leading public contemporary art gallery in south-east England seeks a Communities Curator with responsibility for two of the gallery's programmes. Full description

 

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