Late Opening discusses the timely cultural impact of these projects, presenting 14 case studies that explore the importance of this work nationwide for culture, community and health and wellbeing. It also celebrates a slice of initiatives giving voice to the creative, cultural, political and economic power of our older population.
Late Opening is written by Andrew Eaton-Lewis and has been commissioned by Luminate and The Baring Foundation and funded by The Baring Foundation. The publication was launched during Luminate's 6th festival in October 2017 by Jeane Freeman MSP, Minister for Social Security.
Featured organisations/artists include:
Live Music Now Scotland, Highland Print Studio, Scottish Poetry Library, Playlist for Life, Care Inspectorate, An Lanntair, Festival and King's Theatres, Edinburgh, National Galleries of Scotland, Luminate, Dance Base, Barrowland Ballet, Scottish Opera, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Deirdre Nelson, Impact Arts and Tricky Hat Productions.