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Conference: Arts and Older People: effective partnerships and collaborations

For an exciting, free, one-day conference from the Baring Foundation: ” Arts and Older People: effective partnerships and collaborations”

As well as hearing about some excellent projects from across the UK, Conference participants will also be able to explore the role of Local Authorities in developing a strategic approach to arts and older people, develop their understanding of effective cross-sector partnership working and hear about some inspirational projects.

Tuesday 5 November 2013, Manchester Town Hall

Workshop sessions will include presentations and discussions on:

  • working with men
  • working with people with dementia
  • developing the Manchester Cultural Offer for older people
  • Nottingham City Council’s approach to arts and older people

There will also be a Market Place of information stalls so if you are an arts organisation that would like the opportunity to share your work with a national audience call Sally Chandler on 0161 234 3513 or Gin Jacobucci on 0161 234 2958

More information and registration details will follow soon
call Sally Chandler on 0161 234 3513 or Gin Jacobucci on 0161 234 2958

The event is organised by the Audience Agency and Valuing Older People at Manchester City Council and is funded by the Baring Foundation.

www.manchester.gov.uk/vop/

Posted on behalf of Sally Chandler, Programme Manager, Valuing Older People (VOP), Public Health Manchester

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