Watch the event here: https://youtu.be/JZNesNw7o7Y
This partnership event was co-devised by colleagues at Keele University, Staffordshire University and Age UK Oxfordshire, as part of the Age of Creativity Festival 2022 and Creative Later Life 2025.
- Professor David Amigoni FEA- Director, Keele Institute for Social Inclusion (KISI), Keele Deal Culture & ArtsKeele (chair)
- Carola Boehm- Professor of Arts and Higher Education, Staffordshire University
- Rose Gilroy-Professor of Ageing Planning and Policy, Chair of Future Homes Alliance, School of Architecture Planning and Landscape
- Steven Millington- Director/ Senior Fellow at The Institute of Place Management and Reader in Place Management at Manchester Metropolitan University
- Jason Jones-Hall- Director of Development, Five10Twelve
- Neil Johnson- Engagement Project Lead, Liverpool City Region
It covers topics and case studies exploring the following:
- How does creativity/ culture contribute to ‘vibrant’ places for older people beyond local tourism?
- What constitutes a creative/ cultural ‘asset’ to older communities experiencing inequality?
- What ‘value’ do we give creativity/culture and older communities experiencing inequalities in rebranding places?
- What role does place based leadership have in making places both ‘Creative/ Cultural’ and ‘Age Friendly’?
- How can inequalities be tackled by ‘making’ in place and is this place leadership?