Feature Eileen Willshaw Liverpool Culture Company and Breckfield areas of north Liverpool. Launched in November A kaleidoscope 2004 at the Liverpool Lighthouse, the project is now being developed into a long-term and sustainable programme of of culture cultural and heritage activities, aimed specifically at older residents and those living As Liverpool builds up to taking the title of in sheltered and residential accommodation. European Capital of Culture in 2008, the city’s It was initially funded by the Liverpool Culture focus has increasingly been given to cultural Company as part of the Creative Communities activities, but also to those with a legacy and a initiative, which gives cash to projects in the run-up future that do not stop on 31 December 2008. to the city becoming European Capital of Culture Here, Eileen Willshaw explains about one in 2008. initiative that is helping to reconnect Kaleidoscope! works with older residents of north Liverpool’s older citizens to their past and their Liverpool to explore ideas about memory, place communities through Kaleidoscope! and identity in an area currently being transformed through regeneration and redevelopment. It challenges the traditional premise that ‘experts’ tell Introduction us what is important about the past, by asking residents
Working with Older People – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 2005
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