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18th April 2013 Sara Lock

Resources by The Baring Foundation

Quite an adventure: lessons from digital arts projects with older people

This short report summarises the findings of an evaluation of the Digital Arts and Creative Ageing (DACA) Programme, funded by the Baring Foundation and the Nominet Trust (now ‘Social Tech Trust’). The evaluation was carried out by Imogen Blood, Lorna Easterbrook, and Mark Robinson, of Imogen Blood & Associates and focused on how the use of digital technology in five arts projects impacted on older people, creative engagement, business models, partnerships, and attitudes towards ageing.

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Treasury of arts activities for older people

A treasury of arts activities for older people. 50 activities, long and short for use with older people in any setting.

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The Role of Local Authorities in Creative Ageing

Second edition of the report by The Baring Foundation, written by David Cutler with new case studies from councils across the UK

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Late Opening: Arts and Older People in Scotland

Andrew Eaton-Lewis, commissioned by the Baring Foundation and Luminate, has written a report on the numerous projects across Scotland that are, in diverse and sometimes groundbreaking ways, supporting older people in engaging with the arts.

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Explore the background and policy guiding arts work with refugees, and case studies of good practice

This report of research into the circumstances, policy and issues surround arts for, by and with refugees in the UK gives background to the circumstances governing this work, the numbers of people involved and an idea of how the research was carried out. Alongside this are short case studies of projects with refugees from around the country. Artistic directors and arts marketers or audience development workers will find examples of good practice among the case studies.

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