Engage produces a range of publications including books, reports, research documents and toolkits specially commissioned and linked to engage projects with the aim of sharing good practice and promoting understanding of the visual arts.
engage Scotland's 'Inspiring Art Cards' comprises a ringbound set of twelve robust and colourful cards, designed to aid pupil learning during a gallery visit or in the classroom when looking at an image or visual artwork.
The bilingual English-Welsh publication is packed with useful advice and ideas on planning and running visual arts projects for 3 - 7 year-olds.
This publication summarises research into the learning benefits to children and young people of engaging with galleries, contemporary art and artists.
This publication comprises the full research reports from 8 projects in phase 2 of the enquire programme; researching the benefits to children and young people of engaging with galleries, contemporary art and artists.
Designed with the busy professional in mind, this is a practical collection of views, advice, checklists and resources for museums and galleries. It offers support and expertise on becoming more accessible to disabled and deaf people as artists, visitors and staff.
This handbook is for teachers, artists and gallery education professionals wishing to work in partnership to deliver exciting education projects in galleries across curriculum subjects.
This toolkit draws on the expertise of teachers, artists and gallery educators who have participated in Watch this Space. The information focuses on how to set up successful relationships between schools and galleries and includes useful resources, bibliography and templates.
enquire research has found that through working with contemporary art and artists children and young people gain important skills related to art that also impact on their broader education and personal development. The three cluster reports on the research projects in 2004-06 are included in this publication.
This review was commissioned by Arts Council England to describe engagement with contemporary art and learning in a gallery context. The aim of the review is to stimulate discussion and further questions about the processes and outcomes associated with contemporary gallery education.
Artists, teachers, gallery educators and colleagues working in creative partnerships reflect on the potential for collaborations between galleries and schools to enhance teaching and learning across the curriculum.
This publication is the second in a series of three reports from Collect & Share. It considers the changing roles of museum and gallery educators in Europe; outlines existing training and professional development programmes that support the delivery of lifelong learning within museum and gallery education.
This publication outlines the findings of Collect & Share, and sets out recommendations for strengthening and expanding the role of art and culture in benefiting lifelong learners, making museums and galleries accessible places of learning for everyone.
Collecting and Sharing Good Practice for Lifelong Learners in Art Museums and Galleries in Europe is the first of three publications from the Collect & Share project. A matrix of good practice is included with the publication.
This publication celebrates visual arts education projects in Scotland which bring participants and artists together in memorable ways.
A celebration of the engage Scotland Visual Arts Education Awards 2004 in association with the Scottish Arts Council. Nine awards were made to organisations across Scotland for projects where artists worked with the public in making exciting new work.
This toolkit contains case studies from the first phase of the pioneering envision action research programme supporting galleries to develop innovative ways of working together with young people, aged 14-21.
This handbook is designed to support museum and gallery staff, especially those who have responsibility for education, interpretation or access, ensuring that learning opportunities, exhibitions and resources are open to all.
A celebratory report focusing on engage's strand of the MGEP2 project , ArtFULL - 16 school-gallery projects bringing pupils into close contact with artists and contemporary art.
The Get it Together programme managed by engage as part of Museums and Galleries Month 2002 stimulated over 40 small-scale collaborations between museums or galleries and libraries or archives that addressed the needs of lifelong learners. Guidance about the challenges and opportunities of collaboration are outlined in this report.
Over a five-year period, Opt for Art brought nearly 20,000 young people in Wales into contact with art with the aim of inspiring them to consider art as a GSCE option. The project was funded by the Arts Council of Wales. This publication reflects on the success of Opt for Art.
This publication gives an overview of engage s encompass programme, which developed the work of galleries with young people. over a two-year period (1998-2000), fourteen projects took place across England, focusing on 16-18 year olds, and primary school children and their families.