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A total of 194 projects across the country have received a total of DKK 19.4 million to carry out cultural, sports and association activities that can prevent loneliness among vulnerable and elderly Danes and promote better well-being.
The arts can bring cheer to seniors, a group especially vulnerable to Covid-19, when they may feel isolated at home. From the Silver Arts fest going digital to a near-centenarian putting up his first virtual show, Life takes a look at how seniors are appreciating and creating art in a time of the pandemic.
The well-loved annual Silver Arts returns for its 9th edition, and will be presenting its full programming online for the very first time to ensure the safety and well-being of our seniors during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Today the Minister for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht, Catherine Martin T.D. announced an exciting new programme of creative activity for older people to be delivered by the Creative Ireland Programme through its strategic national partners and the local authorities.
Cultural institutions, colleges, evening schools, associations and organizations offering cultural, sports, association activities can now apply for grants for activities for vulnerable, vulnerable and elderly people during the corona crisis.
A new agreement with extra money for culture for older people allows the many actors in cultural life to help the elderly in the era of COVID-19.