P5: Innovations – Art & Technology for Older Adults: Explorations of Innovative Practices

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

Intergenerational learning and using accessible technologies, including interactive videoconferencing and iPads are newer ways to deliver high quality education to seniors in the community and residential facilities.  The presenters will share how their innovative practices are exciting resources for both the educators and participants.

Objectives:

  1.  Describe innovative models and programs that could enhance the field of creative aging.
  2. Discuss and analyze possible strategies to bolster funding in support of new practices.
  3. Learn about resources which enrich content and expand quality educational resources and access for life-long learners in communities.
  4. Explore technology and interdisciplinary partnerships that contribute to multi-generational programming.

Presenters:

  • Dale Hilton, Director of Teaching and Learning, The Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Sandy Kreisman, Manager of Education Initiatives, University Circle Inc.
  • Anne Mondro, Associate Professor, University of Michigan Stamps School of Art and Design

Moderator:

  • Anne Basting, Founder, TimeSlips