Apr 21

Share & Win for #CASEfest & @slso St. Louis Symphony Tix for you


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Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement
Share our #CASEfest2017 post and win tickets to hear our world class St. Louis Symphony orchestra!!!!!!

We are proud to announce that the 2nd Annual Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement festival will take place April 20-April 30, 2017. We want to help get everyone as excited as we are. We have teamed up with one of our CASEfest partners, the St. Louis Symphony orchestra, to help promote our Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement Facebook page (use #CASEfest2017)!

We will be entering all those who BOTH ‘Share’ and ‘Like’ our STL Symphony Facebook post for Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement into a drawing to win TWO complimentary tickets to a St. Louis Symphony orchestra concert.

Twelve eligible concerts are posted HERE ONLY!!!!

(exclusively on the Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement Facebook Page)

The tickets are valid for selected concerts through April 28, 2018. You must procure your tickets by September 1, 2017.

After being sure that you have ‘Liked’ our page you must ‘Share’ it, too.

We hope you will be on the lookout for our CALENDAR to find arts events, educational opportunities, and so much more. It is easily accessible using the ‘Learn More’ button. You will be amazed by the wide variety of programs our St. Louis arts’ community will be planning with you in mind!

Concerts Eligible for the Gift Ticket Program:

Mozart 40
Saturday, September 30, 2017

Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 2
Friday, October 6, 2017

Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Saturday, October 21, 2017

Tchaikovsky 4
Friday, November 10, 2017

Vivaldi Gloria
Friday, December 1, 2017

Shostakovich 1
Friday, January 12, 2018

La Valse
Friday, February 2, 2018

Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1
Friday, March 2, 2018

Teuscher Sings Mozart
Friday, March 16, 2018

Pines of Rome
Friday, March 23, 2018

Night on Bald Mountain
Friday, April 20, 2018

Bruckner 4
Friday, April 27, 2018

 

 

We are proud to let you know about our 2017 festival media support from:

We are so enthused and thrilled to have Ladue News featuring CASEfest! It’s terrific to know that all the news about Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement will be available everywhere!

From their website:
http://www.laduenews.com/site/about-us/

“Ladue News has been a part of the St. Louis community for more than three decades. Throughout the years, we’ve tried our very best to honor our commitment to you by delivering the community highlights you’ve come to expect from our publication: unparalleled society and charity coverage, exclusive interviews with local and national luminaries, the latest in real estate, business and financial news, health innovations from our town’s top medical experts, home and design know-how, the freshest fashion looks and beauty picks, and the very best in dining, travel and entertainment.

We take pride in being your neighborhood paper. With a distribution of more than 45,000 papers every week, we delight in knowing that no matter where you live along St. Louis’ central corridor, there’s always a copy of Ladue News with your name on it.”

 

 

 Look out for more about the festival in future newsletters! We’ll have loads of events to share…so be sure to save room on your calendar for CASEfest
April 20-30.

 

 

 

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Apr 20

It’s CASEfest Time

Hi Everybody: Today is the first day of Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement or CASEfest as loads of people are starting to call it. There are loads of events all over St. Louis city and county. for up to date listing of the events please visit maturityanditsmuse.org/calendar  Good news is that we are sharing information here about loads of the happenings. Thank you for attending. I look forward to greeting you…here, there, & everywhere! lynn

2.3 friends newsletterFirst 2017 Friends Newsletter

Feb 06

Yay Southview Assisted Living #Memory Care. We Love our Partners and their events!

s to Southview Assisted Living.

The Heart of ART. Intergenerational Art Show.

Saturday, February 18…Save the date!

Artists of all ages, live music, appetizers, and local wine.

Want to show your art? Contact them, 314-3322-2836.

Want to attend? 9916 Reavis Road, Affton, MO 63123.

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Jan 27

#ArtAGE #Senior Self Portraits Making Memories…Join Us!

Maturity and Its Muse is excited to share ArtAGE with you. ArtAGE is the new component of the second Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement festival. We invite you and your friends, those you congregate with at church, or those you pal with to join others for ArtAGE…the first area wide showcase of St. Louis seniors creating self portraits. Please share this with all you know! Want to join in, but don’t have a group or a location…not to worry…we have community locations set up to welcome you!

Here’s hoping I’ll have the opportunity to see you or others you know see themselves as art!

I wish you all the best, Lynn

Join in ArtAGE fun!

Just the Facts!

Jan 25

It’s gonna be a gr8 Arts + Aging Year in #StLouis #artistmuses #Creativit&Art #Music&Creativity

I bet you like Music and I bet you like Art…You must be creative! If you are and/or want to learn more about these fields, then, please mark your calendars to attend two outstanding upcoming programs that will bring gentlemen who are tops in their fields to St. Louis for back to back wonderful conversations that are sure to please and inspire us all.

Pictured above is Jonathan Biss.

Mr. Biss will lead a discussion:

Late Moves: Music and Creativity, a panel discussion with Jonathan Biss

 

February 8, 2017 – 5:00pm
Goldberg Formal Lounge, Danforth University Center
Washington University
Free Event
The panel will ask and attempt to answer the following question:
“How does age impact the work of creative artists? Does an artist’s accumulated knowledge and experience, combined with a sense that the end of life may be near, create the conditions for especially intense or heightened expression? And how do these dynamics – common to artists of all kinds – play out in the realm of music composition?”
We are invited to join for a wide-ranging discussion of “late style” creativity with visiting pianist Jonathan Biss and Washington University professors Dolores Pesce and Brian Carpenter. Biss, an internationally-known pianist is coming to campus to play a solo recital exploring late works by Schumann, Chopin, and Brahms, has made an exploration of late style central to his performing in recent years. Biss has spoken of the surprising variety of “late style” expressivity.
Pesce, Avis Blewett Professor of Musicology, recently published a book titled Liszt’s Final Decade exploring the creative and personal ferment of the last years of composer Franz Liszt’s very long life.
Carpenter, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, will bring a social science perspective to the discussion from his work on the clinical psychology of aging and mental health issues at the end of life.

Todd Decker, professor and chair of music, will moderate.

This panel promises to be an ideal preparation for Biss’ solo recital on February 9 at 7:30pm at the 560 Music Center. 
For additional information on these programs, 314-935-5581 or music@wustl.edu

Here is Jonathan’s description of his work in this area, I am passing along just because I think it is so interesting:

“The question of an artist’s “late style” has long posed questions for art historians. What effect do years of accumulated knowledge and experience, combined with, perhaps, the realization that death is near, have on creativity? While this phenomenon can be observed in all art forms – think of Francisco Goya, whose “Black Paintings” were painted onto the walls of his house and represent a total retreat from the outside world, or James Joyce, who more-or-less invented a new language to write Finnegans Wake – it is particularly fascinating in the case of music, the most abstract of all the arts, and thus the richest in subtext. For years, I’ve been struck by how much of the music I’m most drawn to comes from near the end of its composer’s life. These works are so different from one another, but they are all hugely gripping. Playing Beethoven’s Op. 111, or Schwanengesang, I feel that I’m living in a heightened reality—it’s a dizzying, sometimes frightening, always enthralling experience.

“Since the 1500s, a remarkable number of composers whose late periods came as early as their 30s or as late as their 80s have found new forms of expression as they approached the ends of their lives. Still more interesting, the change is not consistent from composer to composer. Some become more concise; others, more expansive. Some become fixated on death, while others find an almost child-like innocence. Some wrote their most complex music in their late periods, while others pursued an extreme simplicity.”

What are the odds that we would welcome to St. Louis Jonathan on Wednesday, February 8 and on February 9 a man named Jon?

You will want to come to attend “Life-Story Art and Aging” at St. Louis County Library Headquarters, 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd., 63131 on Thursday, February 9 at 7:00 pm. For additional information: 314-994-3300 or slewis@slcl.org

Jon Kay

You are invited to explore everyday creative practices that help people as they age. Attend “Life-Story Art and Aging” to learn first hand how artmaking can help with recalling and sharing important memories and stories. The presenter, Jon Kay, is a Folklorist and author. His program is sponsored by the MO Folk Arts Program, the County Library, and the Missouri Arts Council. (So that you can have a preview of how approachable and friendly Jon Kay is, I’m attaching the link t flyer that came along to me and this up close and personal picture to the right.)

 

Life-Story art and Aging

Thanks for reading!

I’ll be there…hope you will, too!

I wish you all the best,

Lynn

 

Dec 14

‘Come Sing With Us’ Music pilot program at Washington University brings seniors and students together

By Liam Otten December 13, 2016

On December 5, we were very proud to partner with the Singers’ Performance Workshop in a program held at the 560 Music Center’s Pillsbury Theatre. For more information on this joyous afternoon, please see the following story (which served as the front page story in today’s Washington University daily “Record.”

 

Lynn Hamilton, founder of Maturity and Its Muse, greets the audience. Hamilton organized the concert with Christine Armistead and Jennifer Gartley in the Department of Music in Arts & Sciences. (Photo: Whitney Curtis/Washington University)

Lynn Hamilton, founder of Maturity and Its Muse, greets the audience. Hamilton organized the concert with Christine Armistead and Jennifer Gartley in the Department of Music in Arts & Sciences. (Photo: Whitney Curtis/Washington University)i

https://source.wustl.edu/2016/12/come-sing-us/

Dec 10

Explore Alzheimers: Difficult Conversations)

Exploring Alzheimer’s: Difficult Conversations. We explore this topic with a panel of experts from @ALZSTL, @TheNineNetwork, @SLCL (St. Louis County Library) and US! @maturitymuse. Hope you will share with those you think might benefit.

exploring-alzheimers-difficult-conversations

Nov 22

attn: Senior Visual Artists! Please read. @WUSTL #wellelderly #productiveaging

 

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November 11,2016

TO: Friends

FROM: Lynn Friedman Hamilton     Lynn

RE: Art exhibit opportunity

For:

  • Senior Visual Artists (age 65 +)***
  • Who have been affiliated with Washington University either as a student, professor, or _________ (please fill in the blank here, if there is another capacity which you and the University have been involved).

Hello All: If the above describes you, then I am looking for you! Why? Because, I have been invited to curate an exhibit located on the Washington University campus and its environs. I extend the opportunity to you to email to me:  three images of current work, (see below for specifics) that you are willing to loan to this exhibit. My email address is lynn@maturityanditsmuse.org. My phone number is 314-420-1444.

The exhibit will be:

  • on display for six months
  • viewed by local, national, and international folk
  • professionally hung
  • insured during time of exhibition

What’s in it for you?

  • This exhibit is designed to offer you and your gallery (if you have gallery representation) the opportunity for new recognition via wall labels.
  • Because the viewing audience will be large, there is the opportunity for your art to sell. Any interest in a purchase will be forwarded directly to you (and your dealer). There will be no commission to Washington University or to me. I am doing this strictly as a volunteer because I have pride in you and your art.

Please note: you will be responsible for the delivery to the location and, at the end of the loan period, for removal of work from the facility.

At this time, I am unable to divulge the exhibit location. However, I can tell you that the location is one where wonderful art has previously hung.

Specifics for each image:  To be considered you must include:  Your name, title of work, date of execution, medium, dimensions, brief (no more than two line) description, your connection to Washington University, i.e., Graduate School of Art-year, Professor of Sculpture-years

Don’t hesitate to call or email me with questions. I am excited about this project. I must receive your images no later than

December 15, 2016.

Nov 15

Art Exhibition Opportunity for Senior Visual Artists

November 11,2016

TO: Friends

FROM: Lynn Friedman Hamilton     Lynn

RE: Art exhibit opportunity

For:

  • Senior Visual Artists (age 65 +)***
  • Who have been affiliated with Washington University either as a student, professor, or _________ (please fill in the blank here, if there is another capacity which you and the University have been involved).

Hello All: If the above describes you, then I am looking for you! Why? Because, I have been invited to curate an exhibit located on the Washington University campus and its environs. I extend the opportunity to you to email to me:  three images of current work, (see below for specifics) that you are willing to loan to this exhibit. My email address is lynn@maturityanditsmuse.org. My phone number is 314-420-1444.

The exhibit will be:

  • on display for six months
  • viewed by local, national, and international folk
  • professionally hung
  • insured during time of exhibition

What’s in it for you?

  • This exhibit is designed to offer you and your gallery (if you have gallery representation) the opportunity for new recognition via wall labels.
  • Because the viewing audience will be large, there is the opportunity for your art to sell. Any interest in a purchase will be forwarded directly to you (and your dealer). There will be no commission to Washington University or to me. I am doing this strictly as a volunteer because I have pride in you and your art.

Please note: you will be responsible for the delivery to the location and, at the end of the loan period, for removal of work from the facility.

At this time, I am unable to divulge the exhibit location. However, I can tell you that the location is one where wonderful art has previously hung.

Specifics for each image:  To be considered you must include:  Your name, title of work, date of execution, medium, dimensions, brief (no more than two line) description, your connection to Washington University, i.e., Graduate School of Art-year, Professor of Sculpture-years

Don’t hesitate to call or email me with questions. I am excited about this project. I must receive your images no later than December 15, 2016.

*** Please excuse, if you haven’t reached the magic age of 65…I’m just trying to get the word out about this project and thought of you and your art. Sure hope you will share with your more “mature” friends. Thx!

Oct 31

The Silver Stages! Its the St. Louis Irish Arts on Wednesday, November 2

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Maturity and Its Muse

In Partnership with The Missouri History Museum

Proudly Presents

The Silver Stages Series:

Performances by Mature St. Louisans for Mature St. Louisans

An amazing, terrific new show on our Silver Stage.

St. Louis Irish Arts                             Wednesday, November 2

The St. Louis Irish Arts’ troupe is instrumental in keeping Irish traditions alive and well here in St. Louis, You will be amazed at the joy the Irish music and dance can bring to our lives. Back again for an ENCORE!

 “Another not to be missed show!

The Missouri History Museum    

  1. Desmond Lee Auditorium , St. Louis Irish Arts, Admission is Free

Doors Open:10:00 AM

Lindell & DeBaliviere in Forest Park     Performance:10:30-11:30AM

St. Louis, MO 63112 Handicapped Accessible

Information: Lynn Hamilton 314-420-1444 lynn@maturityanditsmuse.org

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