“Art is . . .,” Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, and Critical Thinking: A 21st Century Framework for Art Education
Discover best practices for building community within the senior art classroom and facilitating collaborative and independent art projects.
- Participants will experience both collaborative and autonomous projects.
- Participants will learn alternative ways to lead the art making process through the lens of contemporary artists.
- Participants will identify how to create a curriculum addressing issues impacting elders.
You can also experience a constellation session with Paul at PechaKucha B.
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ARTmail Participation of Older Adults with Cognitive Limitations: Program Benefits and Design Challenges
To evaluate the impact of participatory art programs on the moods and social connections of older adults, including those with dementia, the University of North Carolina Greensboro and the Creative Aging Network-North Carolina conducted a pilot study of ARTmail, a 10-week art exchange project. Examine the study’s results, participant testimonies, and recommendations for improving cognitive and social abilities through the arts.
- Participants will gain research results on seniors with dementia in participatory creative arts programs.
- Participants will learn the perspectives of seniors, staff, and volunteers on the participatory creative arts program design and delivery methods.
- Participants will discover an evidence-based model for integrating participatory creative arts in adult care communities.
For Presentation Team Planning: This session DOES have PowerPoint capacity.