Engage micro grants programme

Engage represents gallery and visual art education professionals throughout the UK. We support arts educators, organisations, freelancers and artists to work together with communities in dynamic, open exchanges that give everyone the opportunity to learn and benefit from the arts.

Call for Proposals: Engage Journal 45 - Class and inequality

Proposals are invited for issue 45 of the Engage Journal: Class and Inequality. This issue will focus on issues of class, socio-economic disadvantage and inequality in relation to gallery education and engagement programmes and the related sector.

Edited by Professor Sarah Perks.

Deadline for proposals: 11 January 2021

If you are interested in contributing to this issue, please send an informal proposal of around 200-300 words, your job/freelance title and contact details to editor@engage.org by Monday, 5pm, 11 January 2021.

 

Engage Trustee vacancies. We require trustees with expertise in: Legal, Digital and Visual Arts and Gallery Education in Wales

Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, is seeking new trustees to join our established and dedicated Board in November 2020. The Board, which currently has 14 members, meets quarterly.

We are particularly interested in applications from those who individually have knowledge and expertise in the three following areas: The law, digital, and of visual arts education and gallery education in Wales.

 

The role of the Engage Board is to:

Unus Multorum - the Possibilities of a House

4th to 19th April, 2020
11:00 – 17:00 every day

Creatives and makers, inventors and artists will once again descend upon Plas Bodfa, an empty manor house on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales. In our second, house-wide, radically multi-disciplinary exhibition you can explore 69 different creative projects and installations and savour 30+ pop-up performances. 

Wander through more than 35 rooms filled with works from musicians and metal detectors, painters and printmakers, spinners and sculptors, photographers and printmakers, carvers, poets, historians and explorers.

The Shining Pyramid

The Shining Pyramid: March 25th 2020

1 day and night of Experimental music, film, talks inspired by alchemy, folklore and magic of Wales

Embla Quickbeam, Rotten Bliss, itdreamedtome, and many more

Are you given to stronge and strange delusions?

Late: Beacons, Icons and Dykons present Angora Nights

A 'Museums at Night' special, featuring a rare screening of Tim Burton's seminal Ed Wood, including performances, discussions and after party.

Beacons Icons and Dykons celebrates legendary American filmmaker Ed Wood. Wood made low-budget science fiction, comedy, and horror films in the 1950s. 

His biopic Ed Wood, portrays the life of the ambitious but troubled movie director, as he tries his best to fulfil his dream, despite lack of support. Directed by Tim Burton.

 

Playback: Touring Exhibition in Association with Random Acts

Watch over 200 bold and creative short films made by young artist filmmakers.

The award-winning short films that feature in this interactive exhibition have been created by 16-24 year-olds from all over England, including many young filmmakers from Bristol.
 

Adele Vye | Ephemeral Coast

Adele Vye grew up in Port Talbot, South Wales and studied Fine Art at Oxford Brooks University. Vye is based from her studio in Swansea as well as working out in the field. Her site-specific explorations respond to the artists timely questions and take the form of documented actions. Vye was awarded the John Brookes Memorial Prize for Fine Art in 2005 and Welsh Artist of The Year for Time Based Media in 2009.

Image: Attempts above and below sea level: Drift factor, Adele Vye, 2017

 

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