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Sharing Practice

Welcome to Sharing Practice

With c.800 members in the UK and around the world, the Engage team is lucky to be in regular contact with colleagues working in gallery and visual arts education who are leading the way with fascinating and diverse practice in a great variety of areas.

In order to share this learning with the wider sector, and promote our members' work, we have invited members to present examples of their practice that fit within the following themes, and will be publishing them here over the following months. Further themes will be added throughout the year. 

Call for submissions for Sharing Practice 2019

Would you like to share your experiences of a project with fellow members, and add to our growing bank of practice case studies?

We're looking for Sharing Practice submissions for the coming months under the following headings:

February: Removing Barriers to Access
Has your organisation enabled audiences to visit who otherwise might have had difficulties to do so, by providing transport, meals or upgrading facilities? 

March: Working in Partnership
How have partnerships taken your organisation or programmes in new directions?

April: Activism in the Gallery
To tie in with the next issue of the Engage Journal, which will focus on Ethics and Activism, we'd like to hear your accounts of activism in your organisation, however big or small.

If you're interested in submitting a case study on any of the above themes, or perhaps a topic we've covered previously (scroll down) please get in touch!

Email Louise at communications@engage.org with an outline of your ideas.

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