Join us on November 13th from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm Eastern to learn how the arts can foster meaningful connections between young people and older adults. Intergenerational arts programming has been shown to reduce ageist stereotypes, promote empathy and social inclusion, stimulate brain functioning, and reduce isolation. Hear from our presenters about ways to use music, dance, theater, and the visual arts to enhance your programming and build community.
- Nancy Henkin, Senior Fellow, Generations United
- Renee Griffin, Creative Aging and Partnerships Officer, Senior Services Intergenerational Center for Arts and Wellness, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
- Jennifer Kulik, Founder and CEO, SilverKite Community Arts, LLC, Seattle, Washington
- Susan Langford, Director, Magic Me, London, England
- Jessica MacLeod, Director, Child Development Center, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
This webinar is presented as part of Generations United’s Shared Site Learning Network which is made possible with support from The Eisner Foundation.