Classes & Art Programs

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Crocker Art Museum presents an Art Class – Wednesday, October 10th, 1PM-3PM

Painting for People
Living with Memory Loss

Crocker Art Museum Painting with Memory Loss

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1—3 PM • $25 MEMBERS • $35 NONMEMBERS • AGES 18+
Created for people living with Alzheimer’s and other related dementia, this experience is designed to engage participants in a creative and instinctual process along with a sense of community. Previous art experience is not required. If you have any questions or require accommodations to take this class, please contact Emma Moore, the Crocker Art Museum’s Manager of Studio Experiences at emoore@crockerart.org.

Assistants, caregivers, and companions do not pay a fee and are welcome in the studio. Instructor Tiffany Paige Ramirez with The Hummingbird Project and Artisan Mind will be teaching the class.

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You may register on the Crocker Art Museum website by clicking here.

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Originally created and facilitated by Artisan Mind, the following Classes and Art Programs are now available through The Hummingbird Project.

 


Revere Court Day Club

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Art Reflections

Through the use of vibrant photo imagery and innovative technology, we will explore an array of beautiful paintings and photographs projected on a large screen, creating an expressive art experience.  Designed for those living with memory challenges and their care partners, participants will have the opportunity to guide the direction of the presentation based on what inspires them most.  The group is then encouraged to share their ideas and story telling as interpreted through the art.  By incorporating art as a form of comfort care, we open nurturing gateways for encouragement, memory recollection and self-expression.

First Fridays: at 10:00 a.m.

For more information, call (916) 392-3510.


Alzheimer’s Aid Society Support Group

Alzheimers Aid Society of NorCal

Fourth Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m..

For more information, call (916) 483-2002.