Digital Gold: Queering Flat Spaces

description

During week eight of the LGBTQIA+ creative aging program, “Stay Gold,” offered at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Tucson, COVID-19 hit and forced the museum to shut down. This article focuses on how the program was able to shift to an online format and maintain the real-time connection and social artmaking experience with older adult learners.

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subject terms

Creative Aging

Creative Aging > Arts Education

contributor

Eli Burke

related organization

American Alliance of Museums (AAM)

resource type

Article and Blog Post

year

2020

keywords

Creative Aging Programming, MOCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson, Zinemaking

art forms

Performing Arts, Storytelling

creative aging initiative

Seeding Vitality Arts in Museums 2018-2020 (Aroha)

funder

Aroha Philanthropies