Visionnaire Series – at Lunch: Anne Mondro on Art and Memory Loss
October 15, 2019, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Join Anne Mondro, artist and Associate Professor in the University of Michigan Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, as she discusses her research on designing and facilitating creative arts programming for people living with memory loss and their primary caregiver, with the intention of increasing social interaction, supporting learning and discovery, and building relationships.
Mondro has presented at conferences on creative aging and dementia care including the British Society of Gerontology (2018), 9th Annual International Arts and Health Conference (2017), Culture, Health & Wellbeing International Conference (2017), and the National Center for Creative Aging (2016). Her artwork has been shown nationally and internationally including exhibitions at Ceres Gallery in NYC, Cranbrook Art Museum, the Powerhouse Museum of Science and Design in Sydney, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Visionnaire Series – at Lunch takes place monthly on select Tuesdays in GRAM’s Cook Auditorium. Topics vary by month and relate to the exhibitions on view and our creative community. Guests enjoy complimentary snacks and coffee. Learn more about the series online.
This event is organized by the Visionnaire Executive Committee. The Visionnaire Executive Committee is a group of creative young adults, ages 21-40, committed to introducing new audiences to GRAM and encouraging lifelong engagement. Learn more about the Visionnaires.
Coffee is generously provided by: