LECTURE: PAINTING YOUR WAY TO BETTER BRAIN HEALTH
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Sunday, February 12, 1:30 - 3:00 PM; Norma Kershaw Auditorium
We are no longer offering advance reservations for this program. There will be some tickets available at the Visitors Services Desk for walk-up sales on the day of the program. However, the hands-on art activity following the lecture is at full capacity.
Presented by Dr. William Shankle, Director of Hoag Hospital’s OC Vital Aging Program, and Karen Winters, professional artist and member of the California Art Club (www.karenwinters.com).
Learn how brain circuits are activated by painting- creativity, motor skill, emotion, memory and more. Discussion includes examples of famous painters and painters with Alzheimer`s disease. Hands-on art activity follows the program (optional).
Learn more about Session III: Neuroscience & Notes: How Music Can Help Keep Your Brain Sharp on Sunday, March 25.
Member $7 / Non-member $10
3-part lecture series: Member $18/ Non-member $28 (first session was on January 7)
Sponsored by The James Irvine Foundation. Presented in collaboration with OCVAP.
OCVAP is supported by a generous grant to Hoag Neurosciences Institute from UniHealth Foundation, a non-profit philanthropic organization whose mission is to support and facilitate activities that significantly improve the health and well being of individuals and communities within its service area.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 714.567.3677.
May 18, 2013