Engage is the lead advocacy and training network for gallery education
The seminar will investigate participatory models for cultural institutions and the leadership role they might play as agencies for change.
For the past few years, Fabrica has been working to grow their work with people with complex needs. A valuable…
A two day event exploring how we make neurodiverse artists more visible
The seminar will examine the artist’s role in placemaking through the creation of a richer and more diverse arts community.
Celebrate #PrideJubilee across a colourful weekend exploring diversity, creativity, and community.
Rural Arts in collaboration with Engage Yorkshire host a social gathering for arts practitioners to explore ideas about diversity.
Gallery Oldham welcomes Engage North West members and colleagues to explore approaches to diversity and inclusion
The Fruitmarket Gallery The Fruitmarket Gallery brings to Scotland some of the world’s most important contemporary artists. They recognise that…
In partnership with The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.
A key element of the Celebrate ART project was the opportunity for the young people involved to meet up with…
Celebrate ART was an exciting collaborative project developed to showcase and celebrate the talent and creativity of young people aged 16–25 in and through the visual arts.
Engage Scotland has joined forced with the Scottish Contemporary Art Network and the Scottish Artists Union to create a 19 point manifesto focusing on workers’ rights and diversity in the visual arts
Everyone explored and supported the development of access and disability equality in galleries and visual arts venues in Scotland.
A series of briefing notes from the enquire programme about how gallery education is addressing key issues in arts and education policy
These toolkits were originally produced for Engage's Making Connections Professional Development Seminars, for gallery educators at the start of their career