Tag Archive: Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum

Jun 14

Promoting Quality of Life through Art #swelelderly #artistmuse #makingstlouisagreatplacetoartfullyage

Thank you to the Institute of Public Health at Washington University for inviting me to contribute my thoughts on the quality of life enhancements that the arts’ engender to their May 2018 blog. I am happy to share these thoughts here. Thanks for reading, sharing, and participating in your favorite art form and/or enjoying a …

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Oct 21

Fall Family Fun Day @Kemperartmuseum

Allison Taylor, Head of Education and Community Engagement, always hosts the best mix of activities for young and not so young. family-fun-day-flyer-fa16-full-sheet

Apr 27

It’s #CASEfest newsletter 5. 2morrow is Festival Time!

View this email in your browser Hi everyone: The festival starts tomorrow…I look forward to seeing you! Best, Lynn ABOUT: Welcome to the fifth edition of the 2016 Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement newsletter! This is the first area wide festival dedicated to our community’s older adult population. The festival will be from Thursday, 28th …

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Apr 18

#CASEfest. Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement. Welcome to Newsletter 3

View this email in your browser ABOUT: Welcome to the third edition of the Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement newsletter! This is the first area wide festival dedicated to our community’s older adult population. The festival will be from Thursday, 28th April to Sunday, 7th May 2016 and will showcase creative work, promote arts-related aging …

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Nov 09

A Week of Total Community Involvement & Betterment #Alzheimers #Dementia #productiveaging #arts4srs

Maturity and Its Muse has just wrapped up one of its busiest weeks of community involvement and betterment.  Recapping: Monday-we were at the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis for our monthly KARE program. Memory Care friends from Sunrise Senior Living came …

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Nov 02

Lynn/Maturity and Its Muse Leads Panel at Women in the Arts #Alzheimers #dementia

“…will be participating on a panel at the upcoming Women in the Arts Conference at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, November 6-8. The panel, Maturity and Its Muse: Using Visual Art to Positively Impact the Alzheimer’s Population, will discuss the Museum’s Kemper Art Reaches Everyone (KARE) program. KARE is designed for adults with early to moderate Alzheimer’s and their …

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Oct 07

Community Day @KemperMuseum @SamFoxSchool this Sat

Community Day is this Saturday from 11a  – 3p! Mildred Lane Kemper Museum is partnering with students from the Architecture School Council to offer a variety of architecture-themed drawing and building stations, including LEGO and Sukkah City stations. It should be lots of fun for everyone. In addition to 2 permanent collection tours, our own Leslie …

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Jul 22

Maturity and Its Muse Announces Meredith Malone as Co Juror for Art Saint Louis Show

Maturity and Its Muse is pleased (and button popping proud) to announce that Meredith Malone, Associate Curator of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Art, Washington University in St. Louis, has agreed to serve as co juror for the show entitled, Maturity and Its Muse. As previously announced …

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May 16

Allen Ruppersberg: Conceptual Artist Exhibits in Brussels

Conceptual Art was something that I didn’t much understand as a younger person. It has taken me until now to “get” what it’s all about. Yesterday, I studied Yoko Ono’s work at the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum of Art, Washington University in St. Louis and my chest swelled with pride because I knew where she …

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Feb 07

Laclede Groves Spends Monday at the KARE Program

KARE, held monthly on Monday’s at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University, welcomed folks from Memory Care unit at Laclede Groves on Monday February 3. This was a return visit for them. What a great time we had!!! Much to explore and learn about…thanks to Allison Fricke…the sounds a spinet makes, the …

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