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Young at Art

Young at Art is a three year socially engaged arts programme for people aged over 60, enabling people to connect through arts projects across the city.

We are working in partnership with Open Eye Gallery, National Museums Liverpool and their HOP (Happy Older People’s network) to deliver the programme with people aged over 60 from across the Liverpool City Region.

Young at Art works with people to create a new cultural network with an active sense of digital agency. Through the sharing of skills and stories, Young at Art is collaboratively shaping Liverpool’s cultural offer through residents that have decades of knowledge and skills.

I’M OF AN AGE WHICH MISSED OUT ON COMPUTERS. I’VE NOW FOUND OUT THAT THERE’S NOTHING TO BE AFRAID OF – IT’S JUST A GLORIFIED TYPEWRITER.

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Young at Art is a Liverpool City Region-wide arts programme produced through a partnership between National Museums Liverpool, FACT, and Open Eye Gallery.

Young at Art is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England with support from The Baring Foundation.

Participants During A Planning Session For The Design Of The Young At Art Logo As Part Of Hop Network Meeting

Learning, Young at Art

Young at Art Sharing Event

One year on from the launch of Young at Art, we want you to join us for a sharing event at Museum of Liverpool.

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