Bursaries available for the Engage Conference 2019

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Deadline Monday 23 September 2019

Engage is pleased to offer a range of bursaries and supported places to help colleagues who might otherwise be unable to attend this year's Conference, Unlocking Culture: an entitlement for children and young people, 5 – 6 November 2019, Newcastle and Gateshead.  

 

Application deadline: Monday 23 September 2019, 10:00 am 

 

The following bursaries are available: 

 

Engage Supported Places 
These places are subsidised by Engage and cost just £70 each. Application is open to all colleagues, including Engage members and non-members, based in the UK and overseas.  
 
Freelance Artist Bursaries 
Funded by Engage, these bursaries include a free Conference ticket and £100 towards travel/accommodation. Application is open to Engage Personal Members who identify as freelance artists or artist educators, based in the UK and overseas.   

 

Engage Cymru Bursaries 
Funded by Engage Cymru, three bursary-funded places are available for Wales-based freelance creative practitioners working in the field of gallery or visual arts education and include the Conference ticket and up to £250 towards travel/accommodation.   
 
Engage Scotland Bursaries 
Funded by Engage Scotland, five bursary-funded places are available for representatives of Scotland-based visual arts organisations and include the Conference ticket and up to £140 towards travel/accommodation.   
 
Click here to find out more and apply. 

 

To book your tickets or for information on the conference programme and fringe events,  see http://engage.org/happenings/engage-conference-2019/ 

 

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