PDI The Art of Creative Caregiving
Join key leaders in the field of creative caregiving throughout the stunning spaces of The Kreeger Museum and gardens. Participants will experience facilitated dialogue, workshops, and site-specific performances designed to train and equip family and professional caregivers, teaching artists and arts administrators, service and caregiving support organizations and professionals with groundbreaking interventions that are changing the face of caregiving.
This day-long event allows participants to examine the concept of flourishing and core assumptions and expectations that are transforming caregiving. Participants will explore the impact of creativity on the role of the caregiver, experience signature museum-based programs designed for caregiving partners, and work with master teaching artists to deepen practice and skills. The day will also feature technological conversation around the inaugural launch of the NCCA Creative Caregiving Initiative and concludes with participants creating a personal action plan that integrates learnings of the day.
Registration includes transportation, lunch in the spaces of the museum, networking, hands-on demonstrations, tailored museum tours, special site-specific performances, collaborative practice and research dialogues, and exploration of best practice models.
To learn more visit the NCCA Creative Caregiving Initiative
To learn more visit The Kreeger Museum
- Explore the intersection of arts, humanities, and creative caregiving in the stunning spaces of The Kreeger Museum and Gardens.
- Experience signature museum-based programs for caregivers including: MOMA, The Phillips Collection, and The Kreeger Museum.
- Engage hands-on sessions with the master teaching artists who designed the new NCCA Creative Caregiving Guide that will be launching in July 2015.
- Design your own creative caregiving action plan and associated resources for use in family and professional caregiving settings.
- Establish new creative caregiving networks that will nourish and sustain your work.
- Anne Basting, TimeSlips
- Rebecca Carr, Conversations Program Manager, The Kreeger Museum
- Antonia Dapena-Tretter, Head of Education, The Kreeger Museum
- Greg Finch, Director of Field Services, NCCA
- Gary Glazner, Founder and Director, Alzheimer’s Poetry Project
- Maria Genné, Founder and Director, Kairos Alive!
- Judy A. Greenberg, Director, The Kreeger Museum
- Judith-Kate Friedman, Founder and Director, Songwriting Works
- Elizabeth Lokon, PhD Founder and Director, Opening Minds through Art
- Margery Pabst, The Pabst Charitable Foundation for the Arts
- Jessica Kay Ruhle, Associate Curator of Education, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
- Brooke Rosenblatt, Head of Public Engagement, The Phillips Collection
Early Bird Registration (2/5/15-4/17/15) for this event is $195.00, includes transportation, breakfast, and lunch.
Regular Registration (4/18/15-5/13/15) for this event will be $245.00, includes transportation, breakfast, and lunch.
All are encouraged to also register and attend the Closing Celebration Dinner following the PDI The Art of Creative Caregiving.