Next up: Alice Thwaite – Improving Older People’s lives through Creativity Pioneer in the field of creative aging since developing Equal Arts in the early 1990s as an organization specializing in work with older people. Equal Arts is a leading creative aging charity, supporting older people and those living with Dementia. They provide creative opportunities to help improve wellbeing through programs like One Million Minutes, Creative Friends, Creative Age and Hen Power. In 2010 Alice was awarded a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship. She has spoken at Tate Modern, worked with the Royal Academy and presented at MoMa New York.
The Prelude Talks are a bespoke online series celebrating scientific and creative investigation into the determinants of a healthy brain. Speakers are ambassadors from diverse disciplines.
They indicate the territory of Creating A New Old San Francisco and HeadSpace2018 whose twin ambitions of approaching complex issues with innovation and seeking knowledge from a diversity of expertise, bring fresh insight to enduring challenges. In their own practice each speaker examines the relationship between information gathering, decision making, and delivery.
The Prelude Talks introduce this landscape to real world and online audience, recognizing that we are all working towards a legacy of caring communities, effective research and cultural solutions addressing the complex issue of living longer lives with healthier brains.
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