Guest blog

I was very honoured to write a guest blog post for Gill Phillips this week about the intergenerational arts project we’ve just celebrated in Lutterworth and I hope you like it too.

In the shoes of … Katherine Brown | Arts and Health Project Manager | Beauty and Utility Arts.

Below are a few photos from the celebratory event we held on 15th August and a couple more photos from the workshops….enjoy.

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About beautyandutilityarts

My name is Katherine Brown and I run Beauty and Utility Arts, an Arts and Health project management service. I have over a decade of experience working with vulnerable groups and individuals in roles including support worker, Supported Employment Advisor and Community Fundraiser for The Midlands. Now, I manage a range of Arts and Health projects involving carers, people using mental health and learning disability services and the over 50′s. I specialise in developing ideas, fundraising, full project management, consultation, workshop provision, sourcing artists, Social Enterprise, event planning, SROI and exploring sustainability options. Since beginning Beauty and Utility Arts in January 2010 I have worked on a range of projects including comedy workshops, placing public art into health centres, setting up a Social Enterprise, project managing Showcase Smoothie, developing mental health walking projects and running arts based reminiscence workshops for the over 50′s, all of which is detailed in my blog (www.beautyandutilityarts.com)
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3 Responses to Guest blog

  1. Pingback: In the shoes of … Katherine Brown | Arts and Health Project Manager | Beauty and Utility Arts | Whose Shoes?

  2. Whose Shoes? says:

    Some more amazing photos, Katherine! Congratulations to you and to Winsome – as well as Helen Turner, Community Catalysts, for overseeing the Innovation Challenge on behalf of Leicestershire County Council.
    Thank you so much for taking the trouble to write a guest blogpost about this wonderful project while you have been so busy organising this lovely celebration. So glad Mum and I were able to come along! I hope the project goes from strength to strength and that many other older people and children will be able to share this simple and brilliant inter-generational experience:) Gill

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