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Creative ageing discussion and networking event

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11.00am
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12.30pm
 
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Free to attend but booking essential
 
 
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Luminate is inviting artists and cultural organisations involved in creative ageing to join us for a discussion on the changes we’ve all seen in the past three months.  This is a chance to discuss the challenges, to hear about new approaches, and to reflect on the learning since lockdown.  We will also consider what lasting impact this situation might have on creative ageing practice in the future.
To start the discussion we will hear from:

• Anne-Marie Quinn, artist and co-ordinator of the Dolphin Arts Project at An Talla Solais in Ullapool.
• Meghan Bidwell, Dance Health Manager at Dance Base in Edinburgh. 

The event is being held online on Zoom and to ensure everyone has a chance to share, places are limited.

 
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