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engage 41

The constant is change: art, craft and design education for the twenty-first century

This issue of the Journal focuses on how galleries and museums can work effectively with schools. It discusses strategies that museums and galleries are employing to support teachers, and those children and young people that want to study art, craft and design, and potentially progress into careers in the cultural and creative industries. 

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engage 41: The constant is change: art, craft and design education for the twenty-first century
Spring 2018
Published by engage, London

engage 41

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Editor’s Introduction

Education and cultural partnerships are the route to success
Amanda Rigler

Putting STEAM into the V&A Museum of Childhood
Paul Clifford

Rethinking CPD: Creating Problem-solving Daredevils
Liz Conacher

An ever-changing landscape: working in partnership with schools
Victoria Mayes, Ruth Taylor and Richard Beales

DesignLab and DesignLab Nation – supporting design teaching through collaborative museum learning programmes
Rebecca English and Kate Kennedy

Creative learning through the arts: an action plan for Wales
Siân James and Hannah Greys

Motion Tracks: an artist and learning team in residence
Lucy Wheeler & Rosie O'Donovan

Art, craft and design education for the 21st century
Catherine Ritman-Smith

How can museums work effectively with special schools to support students with special educational needs and disabilities in creative learning and life chances?
Miranda Millward and Katharine Ross

Investing locally An interview with Clare Harker, Headteacher of St Albert’s Primary School
Holly Rumble

The ‘State of the Arts’ in Ireland
Helen O'Donoghue and Professor Dervil Jordan

Specialist Leaders in Cultural Education: raising attainment for disadvantaged children
Dr Sandra Hiett

Making Matters: a collaborative essay
Caitlin McKinnon

Cultural production and learning
Mark Miller

A participant perspective on Circuit: assessing the value of young people’s engagement with galleries and museums during the programme
India Cawley-Gelling

Review: Tate Circuit programme reports - Test, Risk, Change
Lucy Medhurst

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