P4: Life-Long Learning – A Road Less Traveled: Collaborating Across Cultures and Generations

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Arena Stage, Kogod

Panelists will examine culturally specific programs and intergenerational dynamics in relation to life-long learning practices. This session will also investigate the role of older adults as “keepers of culture.” 

Objectives:

  1. Identify culturally specific programs within the life-long learning paradigm. 
  2. Address the role of intergenerational interactivity within the practice of creative aging.

Presenters:

  • Julie Ellis, Director, Hollin Hall Senior Center,
  • Nancy Henkin, Founder, The Intergenerational Center at Temple University
  • Heather Ikemire, Director of Program and Membership Strategy, National Guild for Community Arts Education

Moderator:

  • Marete A. Wester, Senior Director of Arts Policy, Americans for the Arts