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Join us October 24 - 25 at the Indiana Historical Society in downtown Indianapolis for the State of Indiana’s third annual arts conference. Artists, arts administrators, civic leaders, and economic and community development professionals are invited to learn, network and take great ideas back to their communities, all while have a lot of fun! A special pre-conference TimeSlips training workshop is set for Wednesday October 23rd as well.
The Indiana Arts Homecoming is made possible by the Indiana Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, Indiana General Assembly, Indiana Historical Society, Indiana Humanities, Indiana State Library, and Arts Midwest.
8am to 1:30pm on the UW-Madison campus
Includes speakers, a Health & Resource Fair with local aging organizations, and a Poster Session showcasing recent aging research.
FREE &OPEN to the PUBLIC
Registration opens thefirst Monday in August and usually fills up within a week.
Sign up to receive event details at:
aging.wisc.edu or contact:(608) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted by the University ofWisconsin-Madison Institute on Aging
Dr. Basting shares stories of how shifting away from the expectation of memory toward the freedom of imagination opens expression and mean-ingful relationship with people with dementia, their care partners, and care systems themselves. Infusing creativity into care brings hope and meaning back within reach– which is crucial for quality of life for both people living with dementia and for their care partners.
Anne Basting, Angie McAllister, and participants in the I Won’t Grow Up Project share stories of this remarkable experience. August 6th / Aug 6th (one day). Click here to learn more.
We live long, let’s start living well.
Creating A New Old invites you to the Speed Art Museum in Louisville for a two-day deep dive into contemporary aging.
An inspiring celebration of the potential of us, the aging population. What is unique about aging today? Who are the innovators creating tomorrow’s solutions and how?
Living longer is changing the way we live, where we live, and how we care for our aging selves and our beloveds. Older populations include the wealthiest and most fragile in society. Change is crossing sectors from finance to transport, tech to fashion, housing to healthcare.
Creative approaches are rewriting the traditions of aging, providing vision, connecting institutions and communities, nurturing wellbeing.
Come to see where we all might be going on this one great big adventure.
Anne Basting - www.Timeslips.org
Dominic Campbell - www.creativeaginginternational.com
Theodore Edmonds - www.creativeplacehealing.com
Anna Faul and Joseph D'Ambrosio - www.tragerinstitute.org
For updates and more detail on the the event schedule, please log on to http://www.creativeageinginternational.com/events/
Supported and inspired by:
Atlantic Fellows, Global Brain Health Institute, the City of Louisville, Louisville Healthcare CEO Council, Next Avenue, Speed Art Museum, TimeSlips, the Centre for Creative Pacehealing at the University of Louisville and the Trager Institute at the University of Louisville.
The culminating arts event of the I Won't Grow Up project. 12 Signature HealthCARE nursing homes across rural KY are reimagining the story of Peter Pan as part of their Creative Community of Care training. Working with regional and national artists, these performances feature elders, staff, volunteers in a transformative and inspiring, interactive show. Click here to learn more and reserve tickets.
The culminating arts event of the I Won't Grow Up project. 12 Signature HealthCARE nursing homes across rural KY are reimagining the story of Peter Pan as part of their Creative Community of Care training. Working with regional and national artists, these performances feature elders, staff, volunteers in a transformative and inspiring, interactive show. For tickets and more info, click here.
Anne presents Enchanting Aging: Inspiring Meaning and Joy in Late Life in an event hosted by the USC School for Dramatic Arts and the USC Davis School of Gerontology. Click here for more info.