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Creative Ageing Symposium

Two Day Event: Wednesday 25 October + Thursday 26 October

Join leading international arts practitioners to explore how engaging with the arts can maintain and improve health and wellbeing as we age, and also support people with chronic conditions, such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease. This special symposium and workshop aims to support professional development across disciplines and occupations in creative aging that produces an innovative and robust workforce of artists, educators and advocates. For more information please contact Professor Michael Balfour m.balfour@griffith.edu.au

Presenters will include:

  • David Savill, Artistic Director, Age Exchange (London, UK)
  • Andrea Creech, Music and Creative Ageing (Chair of Music, University of Laval, Quebec)
  • Queensland Ballet
  • Queensland Conservatorium
  • Arts Health Institute
  • Playful Engagement and Dementia
  • Representatives from SE Queensland aged care providers

Cost:

  • $60 attend both days (+$6 GST)
  • $40 attend one of the days (+$4 GST)

This event will cater for a maximum of 60 attendees so please register early to ensure your place. 

For more information please check out our Facebook event page and our Twitter event page

This might interest

  • Professionals working in aged care
  • Arts Practitioners 
  • Arts and Health Researchers
  • Academics
  • Students
  • General Community

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Event starts
Wednesday 25 October, 2017
Event Ends
Thursday 26 October, 2017
Venue
Ship Inn, South Bank
Venue Address
Stanley St & Sidon St
Location

Queensland, South Brisbane

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