Caroline Abrahams- Charity Director, Age UK
- Creativity and culture- and the role of older people
David Cutler- Director, Baring Foundation
- An international perspective
Darren Henley OBE- CEO, Arts Council England
- Creativity and culture- and the role of the arts
Penny Thewlis- CEO, Age UK Oxfordshire (Chair)
- Cross sector partnership working at a local level
Best Practice examples
Best Practice 1: Age UK Oxfordshire, Partnership Model, Lead Speaker: Farrell Curran
Best Practice 2: Equal Arts, Partnership project, Lead Speaker: Kate Parkin
Best practice 3: Royal Exchange Theatre Elders programme, Lead Speaker: Andy Barry
Round table discussions
What could Age UK/ Organisations that support older people do to support more older people to access creative opportunities?
What could Arts Council England/ Cultural organisations do to support more older people to access creative opportunities?
What support/ resources would best support the development of more sustainable opportunities for older people to engage in creative opportunities as audiences, participants, volunteers and artists?
* Information gathered during the event will be used to inform the Creative and Cultural Participation project and establish a new creative toolkit
- Closing thoughts
- Networking opportunity
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