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16 November 2018

From abolishing slavery to protecting human rights today, legal action has played an important role

David Sampson
The law can be a powerful tool for change across the voluntary sector and across issues, and not just for those who see themselves as 'legal charities'.
Strengthening Civil Society
13 November 2018

Moving Memory are bringing older people living with mental health issues together in dance

Sian Stevenson, Moving Memory
Kent-based Moving Memory is using its Celebrating Age grant to develop intergenerational dance performances and to engage older people living with mental health issues in dance.
1 October 2018

Round the world with creative ageing

David Cutler
Let's celebrate the wonderful exchange of ideas and practice between different countries we see in the creative ageing field today - International Older People's Day.
24 September 2018

Older people in Wolverhampton are staying lively with the Art Gallery’s Celebrating Age project

Kate Gant, Creative Health CIC
'Still Lively' visual art hubs are run by Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Choices Housing Association, Staffordshire Art Services and Creative Health CIC.
18 September 2018

Words, words, words and creative ageing

David Cutler
There is some wonderful work happening in the creative ageing field with spoken word, creative writing and literature - and there should be more!
4 September 2018

Rural Arts is finding creative ways to engage isolated older people in the arts in rural North Yorks

Angela Hall, Rural Arts
Art on your Doorstep is delivering a wide range of participatory arts in innovative ways – in the community, at home and even on buses! – to help combat rural isolation among older people in the villages around Thirsk.
15 August 2018

Time & Tide provide artistic inspiration for a group of older residents on the Isle of Wight

Hannah Griffiths
Older residents from the Isle of Wight have produced wonderful works of art - from sculpture to tapestry - with Independent Arts, supported by our joint 'Celebrating Age' fund with the Arts Council England
7 August 2018

At Spare Tyre, the artistic journey continues well beyond 60

Arti Prashar, Spare Tyre
Spare Tyre is 40 this year. Its Artistic Director/CEO, Arti Prashar, explains how its work with older people has developed.
6 August 2018

How are we using the law as a tactic for social change?

Harriet Lowe
This blog introduces our landscape review of this field - the first publication by our Learning Partners to the Strengthening the Voluntary Sector programme.
Strengthening Civil Society
17 July 2018

How can training support high-quality arts in care homes? A reflection on our new report

David Cutler
Penny Allen's insightful research reveals wide provision, serving both the arts and care sectors, and poses some important questions about what more needs to be done to support the delivery of high-quality arts in this setting.