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Engage is calling for expressions of interest for the Extend Leadership Programme 2020–21, a cross-arts professional development course for colleagues in England, Scotland and Wales.
Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, is pleased to announce the publication of Issue 44 of the Engage Journal, Engage 44: Biennials and beyond, free to access until 31 July 2020.
Leading arts organisations, including Engage, have written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak MP asking him to protect the livelihoods of visual artists affected by COVID-19.
Beth Shapeero has been chosen to undertake the 2020 Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award (ARMA) Artist Commission at The Tetley, Leeds.
Join us for an informal catch up with fellow Engage Scotland members and colleagues working in gallery and visual arts education.
Join us for an online social event for any Engage members currently working, furloughed or freelance.
Engage Scotland is delighted to be supporting an independently managed and curated commission to produce a provocation about the exclusion of disabled artists in the visual arts and gallery sector.
This event has been postponed to Wednesday 30 September 2020. This training, delivered by NSPCC Scotland and Children in Scotland, will offer you an overview of child protection within a GIRFEC (Getting it right for every child) framework of child welfare and wellbeing.
In 2020, Children’s Art Week will take place online, at home and in schools across three weeks in June and July.
Yn 2020, cynhelir Wythnos Celf i Blant ar-lein, gartref ac mewn ysgolion dros dair wythnos ym mis Mehefin a mis Gorffennaf.