A Different Game:


engage International Conference 2015

A Different Game: Young people working with art and artists

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall & venues across Glasgow, 19 & 20 November 2015
Fringe events across Glasgow 18, 19 & 21 November 2015

Will you be at the engage Conference 2015*? Would you like to contribute your opinions, sum up and create conversations online?
Axisweb is offering a commission (fee: £150) for someone to blog from the conference, picking up on the discussions and themes from each day and inspiring others to join the debate.

We’re open to how you would like to record your experiences, be it words, photos, videos, Instagram takeover, or perhaps you would prefer to draw your ideas and impressions of the conference. The outcomes will be shared and published via Axisweb.

How to apply: Complete the expressions of interest form on our website by 12pm Monday 12 October 2015: www.axisweb.org

About the Conference

A Difference Game: Young people working with art and artists will focus on three key
areas of discussion:

Is the gallery a school? 
Questioning if gallery education is more effective when aligned with the pedagogies of formal education or when situated within the strategies of radical education practice.

Cross-disciplinary engagement
Exploring what partnership can teach us about engaging young people more broadly in
cultural production.

The ethics of peer-led practice 
Considering issues of authorship and autonomy and the role that young people have in breaking down the implicit hierarchies of the institution.

For further information see: engage.org/conference2015
engage Conference’s Media Partner, for the seventh year running is Axisweb (charity, agency and platform: showcasing artists ideas and talent)

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