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About this issue:

Issue 44 of the Engage Journal seeks to address a lack of published discourse on the presence, value and impact of education programmes at biennials.   

In order to begin to readdress this, Engage 44: Biennials and beyond includes a variety of perspectives, reflections and essays. Whilst many contributors consider UK practice, several  look at international perspectives including in Guatemala, China, Istanbul and Brazil. Contributions to this issue also consider how large-scale cultural events, festivals and major regular exhibitions such as the British Art Show, function on the ground, particularly for those who deliver the learning programme.   

Throughout this journal, examples of best practice and the careful consideration of place, audiences and relevance, sign post a new era of the ‘conscientious’ biennial. Overall, this issue offers a much-needed emphasis and debate on the importance of their education programmes.