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Gather at the Gallery - Upper Peninsula

 

Gather at the Gallery is a free monthly program for people living with Alzheimer’s disease or other related dementias and their caregivers. This is a unique opportunity for individuals to create meaningful experiences through art. No artistic experience required!

Gather at the Gallery participants will:
Focus on special exhibit pieces in the gallery.
Use studio time to create a project.

DATA Bus provides free transportation from Northwoods Assisted Living and Bishop Noa Home for Senior Citizens. To view the flier, click here.

 

 

Minds on Art

 

 

Minds on Art is a free program for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias and their care partners.  This is a unique opportunity for individuals in the early and mid-stages of the disease to create meaningful experiences through art discussion. This program provides opportunities for social engagement and cognitive stimulation in a safe and inspiring environment. 

Call 800 272 3900 to pre-register, for a pre-assessment or or for more information.


Detroit Institute of Arts

Click on the flier to view the times and dates for gallery tours and studio time.


5200 Woodward Avenue | Detroit



Midland Minds on Art

To register and for more information click on the link above.



Meet Me @ the BBAC


Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center 
1516 S. Cranbrook Road
Birmingham

Program  time & dates
1:30 -3:00 p.m.
 
Friday, April 1
Friday, April 15
Thursday, May 12
Thursday, May 26

Pre-assessment is required, call 800 272 3900.


Minds on Art - AWAY - 2016 Drop-In Sessions

New dates coming soon!

Pre-assessment and registration are required, call 800 272 3900.

For more information on Early Stage Resources, click here.


 

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