Collect and share in Europe

21st February 2003 at 00:00
Engage, the museums and galleries association which promotes greater access to the visual arts, is organising a Collect and Share programme, funded by the EU to disseminate best practice in lifelong learning in the arts for disadvantaged adults across Europe.

Partners include museums' associations in Germany and Portugal and individual institutions such as The Louvre, France, the Museum of Modern Art, Slovenia, and the UK's National Institute of Adult Continuing Education.

Engage will be asking for case studies in the spring.

Interested organisations should email co-ordinator Venetia Scott at

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