Creative Ageing

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SAMAG brought together a team of experts and participants to discuss the opportunities and challenges of working with older people, a rapidly growing segment of the Australian population, and how existing artists can sustain a career as they ageSAMAG brought together a team of experts and participants to discuss the opportunities and challenges of working with older people, a rapidly growing segment of the Australian population, and how existing artists can sustain a career as they ageSAMAG brought together a team of experts and participants to discuss the opportunities and challenges of working with older people, a rapidly growing segment of the Australian population, and how existing artists can sustain a career as they age.

Panel included:

Margret Meagher: Executive Director, Arts and Health Australia (AHA), Director, Australian Centre for Arts and Health Limited, Creative Ageing Strategy, NSW Ministerial Advisory Council on Ageing

Joanna Maxwell: Age discrimination policy director at the Human Rights Commission
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Chair: Judith Bowtell: General Manager of Milk Crate Theatre, which runs the only known training course in the country for late career artists

Georgina Wood: Participant of the Milk Crate Theatre program who is now establishing her own career

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