Led by one of our C3 Centre members, Agata Lulkowska, a new third season in the Rebellious Research Seminar Series (previously known as art/practice based-research seminar series) is now published and available to download and share.
It runs on a last Wednesday of each month starting in October, via MS Teams, at 3:30-5pm UK time.
More details and the programme can be found in the links below or the downloadable PDF.
This partnership, recorded on 19 May 2022, was co-devised by colleagues at Keele University, Staffordshire University and Age UK Oxfordshire, as part of the Age of Creativity Festival 2022 and Creative Later Life 2025.
The keynote presentations and panel discussions around creative aging and placemaking, is now avaiable from the link above.
C3 Centre’s Professor Carola Boehm gave a talk on #Culture30Walks: How Creative is your Place?
Professor David Amigoni FEA- Director, Keele Institute for Social Inclusion (KISI), Keele Deal Culture & ArtsKeele (chair)
Carola Boehm– Professor of Arts and Higher Education, Staffordshire University
Rose Gilroy-Professor of Ageing Planning and Policy, Chair of Future Homes Alliance, School of Architecture Planning and Landscape
Steven Millington– Director/ Senior Fellow at The Institute of Place Management and Reader in Place Management at Manchester Metropolitan University
Jason Jones-Hall– Director of Development, Five10Twelve
Neil Johnson– Engagement Project Lead, Liverpool City Region
It covers topics and case studies exploring the following:
How does creativity/ culture contribute to ‘vibrant’ places for older people beyond local tourism?
What constitutes a creative/ cultural ‘asset’ to older communities experiencing inequality?
What ‘value’ do we give creativity/culture and older communities experiencing inequalities in rebranding places?
What role does place based leadership have in making places both ‘Creative/ Cultural’ and ‘Age Friendly’?
How can inequalities be tackled by ‘making’ in place and is this place leadership?