NATIONAL CENTER FOR CREATIVE AGING
Washington, D.C. Presentation: “Movie-Making with Older Adults.” Karen was part of a multidisciplinary conference team presenting her movie-making experience with older adults ages 78-104 in a retirement community. For more information, go to Creative Aging.
CREATIVELY CONNECTED ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL
Karen and her colleague’s film was selected to be shown during the festival, which launched May 2017 in New York City. This film festival, established by The Foundation for Art & Healing, focuses on how creative arts help people overcome loneliness.. The film focused on how creative arts help people overcome loneliness. To see the film, go to The Superheroes of Bayview. For more information about this organization, go to Art and Healing.
Karen is an active member of a community task force helping to promote positive perceptions and images of aging. For more information, visit AgeUp and learn how this organization is transforming and expanding the perception of aging locally, nationally and globally!
“The great thing about getting older is that you don’t lose all the other ages you’ve been.”
― Madeleine L’Engle