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Extraordinary Change: The 2013 engage International Conference
7 November 2013 until 8 November 2013
The 2013 engage International Conference will explore the challenges that education in galleries and the visual arts face in a period of uncertainty.
The Conference will focus on three key areas of discussion:
Looking to the Future: The impact of change in formal education on galleries and visual arts education
Change in an International Context: Learning from practitioners’ experience outside the UK
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability: Exploring new models to support visual arts education
engage invites all those involved in education, learning and the visual arts – from the UK and abroad – to look together to the future of visual arts education in extraordinary times, through a discursive and practical Conference programme.
The 2013 Conference takes place on Thursday 7 & Friday 8 November, with Fringe events on Wednesday 6 & Thursday 7 November.