Wed05Jun2019Thu06Jun20199:00 amThe Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky
Creating a New Old
We live long, let’s start living well.
Creating A New Old invites you to the Speed Art Museum in Louisville for a two-day deep dive into contemporary aging.
An inspiring celebration of the potential of us, the aging population. What is unique about aging today? Who are the innovators creating tomorrow’s solutions?
Living longer is changing the way we live, where we live, and how we care for our aging selves and our beloveds. Older populations include the wealthiest and most fragile in society. Change is crossing sectors from finance to transport, tech to fashion, housing to healthcare.
Creative approaches are rewriting the traditions of aging, providing vision, connecting institutions and communities, nurturing wellbeing.
This is an invitation to be an active and engaged audience:
June 5th focuses on what assets are already present in Louisville that crossing commerce, community, civic, culture, research, entrepreneurial and health sectors
June 6th asks examines what has to happen for opportunity to be realised.
Celebration is crucial. Isn’t it great to be alive?
Anne Basting - www.Timeslips.org
Dominic Campbell - www.creativeaginginternational.com
Theodore Edmonds - www.creativeplacehealing.com
Anna Faul and Joseph D'Ambrosio - www.tragerinstitute.org
Nat Irvin - https://business.louisville.edu
For updates and more detail on the speakers and the event schedule, please log on to http://www.creativeageinginternational.com/events/
This event is FREE but spaces are very limited. You must register to attend.
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Supported and inspired by:
Atlantic Fellows, Global Brain Health Institute, Health Enterprises Network, Ideas xLab, The City of Louisville Office of Performance Improvement and Innovation, Louisville Healthcare CEO Council, Next Avenue, Speed Art Museum, TimeSlips, the Center for Creative Pacehealing at the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences and the Trager Institute at the University of Louisville.