The term ‘creative ageing’ is subjective, and it is continually evolving as work develops at pace. The Team behind the Age of Creativity understand the complexity of this work because we deliver at the grassroots in local communities, as well leading national projects and networks. Our Team is small but mighty and everything we do is done in partnership- find out more about our people, places and priorities here:
At a national level, The team are currently delivering 'Creative Later Life 2025', an ambitious programme that aims to ensure older people achieve agency and equity of access to creativity and culture by 2025, as well as co-design new national scaleability projects.
At a local level, Age UK Oxfordshire is an exemplar of best practice in delivering creative and cultural participation across the age sector. We focus our work on older people who struggle to take part in mainstream delivery and share our learning through extensive networks.