Creative Age at the Hatton

Creative Age is a dementia-friendly creative programme led by artists.

A picture of artist Theresa Poulton in her studio

Dates

Wednesday 6 November

Wednesday 13 November

Wednesday 20 November

Wednesday 27 November

Wednesday 4 December

Wednesday 11 December

Visitor Information

Time

10.30am - 12.30pm

Price

Donations welcome, free entry

About

Join in and get creative with our welcoming and accessible Creative Age workshops. 

Creative Age is a dementia-friendly creative programme from Equal Arts, offering older people living with dementia, their families and carers, and those with long-term health conditions the opportunity to take part in lively and supportive creative sessions led by artists. 

At the Hatton we will explore artworks and exhibitions, get creative with traditional and more unusual art materials.


November & December sessions

These sessions will be led by Theresa Poulton, a hard-edged, abstract, geometric painter. The workshops will use Lothar Götz: Fairground Abstract as inspiration, as well as exploring perspective, geometry, colour, spirituality and architecture.


Hatton Gallery is fully accessible for wheelchair users. If you have any specific access requirements please contact Zoe Allen, zoe.allen@twmuseums.org.uk or 0191 277 8877.    

Funders

Creative Age
Equal Arts