Friday, May 14, 2010

NewCourtland & The Center for Emerging Visual Artist present Art is Ageless 2010

Meaghan Brown and I went to the Art is Ageless Exhibit Opening Reception last night. Wow! 

2424 Studios was the scene of fantastic art produced by the NewCourtland Comfort & Joy™ Program with the Center for Emerging Visual Artists.

Meaghan Brown, CAAN President

Philadelphia Senior Center-Tioga &
Kenderton Elementary with
Artist Antonio Purl

Philadelphia Senior Center-Main &
Local University Students with
Artist Pedro Ospino

Maplewood Manor with
Artist Mariel Waloff

Cliveden & Blair Christian Academy
with Artist Diane Podolsky

Care Pavilion &
Local University Students with
Artist Maria Anasazi

Germantown Home with
Artist Rachel Shoham

Tucker House & Local University Students
with Artist Marguerita C. Hagan

NewCourtland LIFE &
Northern Home for Children
with Artist Lindsay Sparagana *

* Lindsay Sparagana will be part of the Interactive Art Panel at 
Mark your calendar and RSVP here.

CAAN encourages you to go see this wonderful art exhibit showcasing the intergenerational artistic achievement of older adults, school-aged children and local artists.
Comfort & Joy™ has garnered national attention and has given voice to seniors while encouraging them to remain involved and active in their communities.
May 13-May 26, 2010
Monday - Friday from Noon - 4pm
2424 E. York Street, Philadelphia, PA 19125

Both Art is Ageless 2010 and The Arts for All Ages: A Creative Conversation are part of Celebrate Arts and Aging, the month-long festival presented by Philadelphia Corporation for Aging and the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance in honor of Older Americans Month May 2010.

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