Spruill Center Launches Arts for Alzheimer's
Spruill Center for the Arts is pleased to begin Arts for Alzheimer’s, a pilot
art education program aimed at increasing the well-being of individuals living
with memory loss and their care partners through engagement in the arts. The
program is being offered this fall at no charge to participants and is now open
teaching artist Amanda Williams will guide participants through an examination of
a prominent artist and their works. Individuals and their care
partners will explore a variety of mediums designed to engage and connect them
to the monthly class theme and they will create a work of art inspired by that
month’s featured artist. In this pilot program, those artists include Henry
Ossawa Tanner, Henri Mattise, Hanna Hoch and Claes Oldenburg.
Alzheimer’s begins September 14 and will be held every 2nd Wednesday through
December 14. Registration is available at https://registration.spruillarts.org/wconnect/ace/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224AFA100
Our Rotary Club is a partner of the Spruill Center for the Arts.
Posted by Jennifer Shumway
September 7, 2022