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San Francisco Symposium Provides Training for Communities Looking to Develop Arts Programs That Unite Generations
Date:6/10/2009

the Arts (CEYA) of the Institute on Aging, which provides arts programs for seniors in assisted living, residential communities, adult day programs in private homes in an effort to keep them connected to their communities.
  • The Kenneth A. Picerne Foundation will focus on its Artist Outreach Project, which provides support to senior artists who give back to their communities through educational and therapeutic services in community nonprofit agencies serving children, youth and the elderly.
  • Stagebridge, the nation's oldest senior theater, is based in Oakland, California, and uses the performing arts as an opportunity to bridge generations. Stagebridge runs a Performing Arts Training Institute for elders, a Storybridge Program that brings older storytellers into inner city schools. It also has the "See Me" program to train healthcare workers to be more empathetic towards elders and a broad senior outreach program that brings workshops and performances to seniors in community settings.

  • The symposium will also feature two performances and an exhibition highlighting senior artists. Stagebridge will present a selection from "Never Too Late," a musical variety show that brings old age up-to-date with short scenes, monologues, songs and jokes. The end of the day will feature "Beauty and Sadness," a moving performance by the CEYA Dance Ensemble of TODCO under the direction of CEYA artist Marika Brussel. Participants will also be invited to visit the "Advanced Beginnings" exhibit featuring visual art celebrating a year of CEYA class activity by members of the TODCO community.

    For more information on registration, programming or membership, please contact the NCCA office at info@creativeaging.org or (202) 895-9456.
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