Late-Life Creativity and the 'New Old Age'

Friday 9th November 2012

Late-Life Creativity and the ‘New Old Age’: arts & humanities and gerontology in critical dialogue, an AHRC-funded network project developed in partnership by Keele University and King’s College London.

Co-managed by the Ages and Stages team, the network is holding a workshop in King's College London:

Workshop 4: Memory and/in late-life creativity 


Who should attend?

The workshop would be of interest to performers and writers; older people involved in creative activities; professionals working with older people; academic researchers in gerontology and arts & humanities.

Further details can be found on the Late-Life Creativity website
If you are interested, please contact David Amigoni, Keele University



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