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Aging Artfully Initiative, Portland, OR. 94 likes. The Aging Artfully Initiative (AAI) is a collaborative group of community leaders and elder activists Finding the right foundation is like finding the Holy Grail for most women. In the UK, foundation sales amount to 50 per cent of all makeup purchases as we all strive to find that naturallooking Changing Minds An Evidence Review of the Impact of Participatory Arts on Older People Baring Foundation to undertake a review of Participatory Arts to better understand the impact on older people Baring Foundation have a long standing interest in the potential of the arts and have focused more recently on older people including the To accompany the Foundation's core costs grants programme for arts organisations working with older people, we have published the first UK wide mapping study of this work.

120 case studies of organisations were identified and numerous examples of all art forms; especially dance, drama, music, singing and the visual arts. Ageing Artfully: Older people and professionally participatory arts in the UK Artfully. In 2009 the Baring Foundation launched a new fund for arts organisations in the UK working in a participative way with older people. The Baring Foundation sets out in this major report a picture of the situation that exists across all art forms dance, music, drama, painting as a way of engaging and invigorating the older generation.

The Baring Foundation is an independent foundation established in 1969 by the Baring Bank, a London bank that dated back to the 18th century (the bank went out of business in 1995).

The Foundations mission is to use the power of the independent and effective civil society both nationally and internationally to improve the quality of life of people experiencing disadvantage and Report by David Cutler. To accompany the Foundations core costs grants programme for arts organisations working with older people, we have published the first UK wide mapping study of this work.

120 case studies of organisations were identified and numerous examples of all art forms; especially dance, drama, music, singing and the visual arts.



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