Women’s experiences of age and ageing have been associated with a sense of invisibility in society - join Lancaster Arts in person or online for a conversation that considers routes to visibility through research and creativity drawing on the insights of researchers, artists, community partners and everyone in the room.
Come ready to reflect, question and be inspired as we explore questions including: How does gender impact the experience of ageing? How does age impact our experience of gender? What role can the arts play in enabling us to share, make visible, question and reflect upon these experiences? Do we want to be visible anyway? What are the shared questions that social science researchers, arts practitioners and people living in Lancaster are interested in exploring?
Victoria Frausin, Textile activist and co-ordinator of Sewing Café Lancaster
Susan Kempster, Dance artist.
Cheryl Martin, Writer and director.
Angela Towers, Lancaster University Department of Sociology
With music from Dot Crotchet and the Raging Harmonies
Facilitated by Dee Hennessy, Creative Engagement Manager, Lancaster University
This event is suitable for anyone of any age interested in lively conversation and creative thinking about women, ageing and place, and about the ways artists and research are currently exploring these issues.
In-person, or online: free to attend in person at The Storey or online via zoom – please make sure you book the right ticket type for you (Choose Online Stream for the Zoom online access).