Extraordinary Change: The 2013 engage International Conference

Extraordinary Change: The 2013 engage International Conference engage, the National Association for Gallery Education

We were media partner for the engage conference for the fifth year in a row, watch this space to keep informed and follow the discussions!

engage International Conference

7 and 8 November 2013

Fringe events on 6 and 7 November 2013
in venues across Birmingham

This year the conference Extraordinary Change: Visual arts education looked to the future and focused 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

Axisweb is again be the place to go for information about the conference. To see our coverage of last year’s conference go to axisweb.org/webzine/engage12

Coverage on Axisweb includes:

  • Live blogs from two of the conference delegates, keeping you up-to-date with key themes and discussions as they took place:  Amy Lloyd and Janie Nicoll
  • Vox pops from the conference that will tie in with our coverage of the Art Party Conference
  • A blogpost by Axisweb Director Sheila McGregor about Sir Alec Clegg and The National Arts Education Archive
  • A specially commissioned article about lifelong learning by artist and arts educator Liz Ellis
  • A live twitter discussion at 2pm on 18 November 2013 around the main themes and questions raised at this year’s conference #engconf13

Amy Lloyd and Janie Nicoll blogged throughout the conference, catch up with their blogs:

 Amy Lloyd 

 Janie Nicoll


Follow the discussion on twitter!

Find out more about this year's engage conference at: engage.org/engageconference2013