Beautiful Minds: "The Great Loop" - John Guider's Journey

Throughout the summer NCCA will follow photographer, author, and 2011 Beautiful Minds winner, John Guider, during the last phase of "The Great Loop" journey circling around the nation's great water ways along the east coast and through the mid-west. John Guider shared his remarkable story at both the 2015 Congressional Briefing and the 2015 Leadership Exchange and Conference.

National Center for Creative Aging to Receive National Endowment for the Arts Grant for ART CART: SAVING THE LEGACY

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CONTACT: Joan Jeffri, founder/director of the Research Center for Arts and Culture at the National Center for Creative Aging, 202-895-9456
 
National Center for Creative Aging to Receive National Endowment for the Arts Grant for ART CART: SAVING THE LEGACY

Beautiful Minds: Tammie Fowles

Beautiful Minds: Tammie Fowles

For Tammie Fowles, 55, art has always played a major role in life. For 25 years she has made music and art a part of her work in psychotherapy. It all started when Tammie worked with a client who never spoke when in sessions. Tammie created an open environment with soothing music and asked her to draw her thoughts and feelings with crayon and paper.

Presenting Rita Charon, MD, PhD 2014 Gene Cohen Award Winner

As a gift for the New Year, join us as we present this webinar with Rita Charon MD, PhD, professor of clinical medicine and director of the M.S. in narrative medicine program at Columbia University. Learn more about Dr. Rita Charon and her innovative research in narrative medicine. Her research has been critical in shifting the standards of clinical practice toward person centered care through the humanities and arts. In November, Dr.

Submit your Ideas for the 2015 Creative Aging Leadership Exchange and Professional Development Institute

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Have an idea of what you'd like to see at the 2015 conference on creative aging? Tell us!

Beautiful Minds

Meet the 2014 Beautiful Minds Finalists

NCCA Online Artist Training in Arts and Aging

Learn how to work with older adults using the arts with our free online training

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