Beyond Building Digital Bridges Symposium February 15-18, 2022
These FREE presentations shared experiences about online life enrichment and meaningful community engagement strategies for older adults.
Sponsored by Museum London and hosted by Creative Age London Funded by Employment and Social Development Canada, New Horizons for Seniors Canada
Victoria Stasiuk will be presenting in a panel at the University of Chester in January 2022. Free registration and background information is provided in this post. This free online webinar continues the work of the Phillip Barker Centre in rethinking artist training to improve how artists can have an impact on their communities.
We’ve created two separate lists artists, art organizations or producers can suggest cultural experiences to see and do this summer. We will be changing the landing page for Victoria Stasiuk, Arts and Culture consulting throughout the summer of 2021 based on information gathered by Indu and Yaus, as well as your comments.
Global Art Access (GAA) is an educational non-profit dedicated to the digitization of private collections for the purposes of scholarship and public accessibility.
The panelists at the December 2020 symposium explored how visual art, heritage objects and music can trigger memories and creativity in older adults and improve community and family connections. Several museum workers were interested in providing 3D images of their collections for memory boxes.