Case Studies: 2019

Read case studies with the theme ‘Arts, Culture & Heritage’.
  • Craft Cafe - Edinburgh

    Craft Café is a creative solution to reducing isolation and loneliness amongst older people aged 60+.

  • Fishwives and School Lives

    Developing 'The Wee Museum of Newhaven’ - an exhibition space at Victoria Primary School.

  • Generation Arts

    Generation Arts – involved creative movement and play.

  • Glasgow stories and the arts

    Glasgow Life/Arts plays a role in helping to nurture and develop local organisations.

  • Govan Intergenerational Project - Craft Cafe

    The aim of this project was to tackle stereotypes held by different age groups in one community of Govan by helping to build bonds between the generations through participating in arts workshops.

  • Making Bridges with Music

    Torbay childminders have brought younger and older people together through a project called Making Bridges with Music, tackling social isolation along the way. Music workshops are facilitated by artists to build neighbourhood connections and new friendships.

  • Making it Matters

    MAKLab and Westhill Men's Shed help younger and older people to share skills during the 2014 Luminate Festival.

  • Museums and Schools Working Together

    The sharing of ideas through discussion between generations.

  • Oor Torry Arts Project

    Enthusiasm and interest from the local community, along with a great sense of pride in their local heritage, inspired this exciting Intergenerational art project.

  • Paisley Abbey Archaeological Project

    Intergenerational archaeology. O

  • Past, Present and Future

    Raising awareness of local history, not only among the younger generation, but also among the older generation.

  • Place, Work, Folk: Our Legacy Their Future

    Young people are an audience that has traditionally been neglected by the planning system and in the development of places in general. In the focus areas of our project, generally areas of high unemployment and poverty, traditional cultural/heritage issues in particular have often seen as at best irrelevant and at worst dismissive and detrimental to the needs and wishes of local communities and their own culture/heritage.

  • Stories of paper-making in Linlithgow: intergenerational project

    This project aimed to explore the working and social life in Linlithgow connected with the local paper mills. The project also collected oral history records and photographs of mill life, which are now available to the wider community through West Lothian Local History Library.

  • Taigh Chearsabhagh

    Connecting Generations.