Take a 31 day creativity challenge! Free resources from The Age of Creativity

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The 31 creative challenges are a designed to be month of short, daily inspirations to try. Each of the challenges was created by a member of an Age UK community club, in partnership with a creative practitioner from 64 Million Artists.


The Age of Creativity Network is managed by Age UK Oxfordshire and they have organised a yearly Age of Creativity Festival since 2017. This year, the Age of Creativity Festival has had to be postponed until October. However, the Age of Creativity has created a set of (mostly) free resources for older people to use while social distancing.

Using these resources it’s possible to virtually tour the world’s best museums, listen to podcasts, take a dance/exercise class, join a choir, listen to streamed concerts, watch quality theatre productions, join a virtual festival, learn some crafting techniques or try a short university course. The choice is immense. There are also activities for people in a care home setting and for people living with dementia.

To view these resources on the Age of Creativity website, click here.

View suggestions for Reading here.

Enjoy an anthology of Poetry from The Royal Exchange Theatre here