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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, and those children and young people that want to study art, craft and design.

In her foreword, Engage Director Jane Sillis writes, "The articles make for sobering reading and highlight that these are challenging times for the sector. However, contributors also demonstrate the boundless enthusiasm of colleagues to support art, craft and design education." 

Engage 41 contributors:  Amanda Rigler / Liz Conacher / Victoria Mayes, Richard Beales and Ruth Taylor / Rebecca English and Kate Kennedy / Siân James and Hannah Greys / Lucy Wheeler and Rosie O’Donovan / Catherine Ritman-Smith / Miranda Millward and Katharine Rose / Holly Rumble / Helen O’Donoghue and Professor Dervil Jordan / Dr Sandra Hiett / Caitlin McKinnon, Louise Fraser, Simon Hawkins and class P5A, St Mary’s RC Primary / Mark Miller / India Cawley Gelling. The issue also includes a review by Lucy Medhurst of Test, Risk, Change, reports on the Circuit programme published by Tate. The Engage Journal is edited by Barbara Dougan. 
Click here to read Engage 41.

Posted on 1 August 2018

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