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Engage International Conference 2017

Book your place before 1 November!

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This year's conference will take place at Hull City Hall and venues across the city.

 

It’s time to rethink the conversation surrounding equality, diversity and access.

 

The visual arts can act as a catalyst for change. Arts educators, artists, makers and teachers are often under pressure to simply deliver, but could benefit from time to reflect on their practice.

There isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ toolkit to address the myriad issues surrounding race, ethnicity, identity, disability, gender and sexuality; these issues are individual and complex. This conference will give delegates the opportunity to explore what they do and why they do it, moving beyond box-ticking exercises, being realistic and getting to the heart of often thorny, and sometimes controversial issues.

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Conference will address these provocations:

What do we talk about when we talk about diversity? Is diversity practice too often focused outwards at the expense of challenging internal customs?

Nothing about us without us is for us. Who needs to be in the room when we talk about diversity and why?

Who decides what matters? How is the agenda set: top down, bottom up or somewhere in between

Are we there yet? How will we know when we’ve got there? What will an inclusive, diverse sector look like?

Find out more about rates and book your place

- Apply for one of the many bursaries on offer this year

- Share your practice through Conference - apply to blog on behalf of our Media Partners Axisweb

Learn more about the 2017 conference contributors and speakers

- Make the most of your time in Hull - take part in our Conference Fringe programme

- Five reasons to attend this year's Conference

We are grateful to Artlink, Heritage Learning and Hull UK City of Culture 2017 for their support of Engage Conference 2017.

Engage is committed to ensuring that conference is open and accessible to all. We are currently working on an access audit, and would encourage anybody with specific needs to get in touch by contacting Ailbhe Mac Eoin, Communications Officer on 0207 729 5858, or communications@engage.org


Images on this page by Kaleidoworks

Learn more about our conference, 'The Whole Picture: Rethinking diversity', from Programmer Dawn Cameron

About the 2017 Engage International Conference from Engage on Vimeo.

Engage International Conference 2017
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