Francisco Carrasco is a composer, artist and writer who has produced and directed many events including Merseyside International Street Festival and The Giant’s Carnival. As an educationalist, Carrasco works with different age groups to ensure participants are engaged regardless of their age or background. He has developed large initiatives including the annual creative youth music program for Merseyside and worked with communities across the U.K. including Catalyst Performing Arts.
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Where the Arts Belong: Making Sense (Of It All)
Francisco is among a group of leading artists involved with our Where the Arts Belong project which involves the artists working creatively with people living with dementia. Bluecoat's exhibition Where the Arts Belong: Making Sense (Of It All) showcases the work the artists created during and as a result of their time involved with the project so far.
He has two pieces of work in the show, a beautiful poem about his family’s experience of their grandmother’s ageing and an audio work that features a collage of words and music created from Belong at Home sessions with participants. Sessions were delivered online and at Grosvenor Museum Chester.
Experience his work in the exhibition, open Tue-Sun, 11am-5pm.