Older Peoples Arts & Health Networking Day

Date published: 4 Nov 2013

Posted by: Joe Pick

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City Arts Creative Programme Manager Kate Duncan will be speaking at the free Arts & Health East Midlands networking day, sharing information about City Arts’ work with older people. Book your place today for the opportunity to network and learn about arts and health work with older people in the region.

An introduction from Kate Gant will open the day with an overview of the work that she is doing through the Creative Health CIC (based in the West Midlands) and talking about ‘quality’ regarding engaging older people in the arts. This will be followed by speakers throughout the day, who will talk about their innovative work engaging older people in the arts

Date: Friday 29th November

Time: 10am – 3pm

Venue: Institute of Mental Health, Room A08, Triumph Road, University of Nottingham

Free Lunch included



Kate Gant, Creative Health CIC

Clare Batty, Beth Johnson Foundation

Kate Duncan, City Arts

Lucy Atkinson, Skylarks Care Home


Updates from attendees, sharing practice and opportunities for networking

Although this is a free event, places will only be available to people who have booked in advance.

To book a place, please email: theo.stickley@nottingham.ac.uk