Participants 55+ Share Their Journeys Through Clay

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In December 2019, the Union County Historical Society and Heritage Museum held their culminating event for the workshop, “Journeys Through Clay,” part of the Seeding Vitality Arts in Museums Initiative. The program was funded by Aroha Philanthropies and training and technical assistance was provided by Lifetime Arts. In this blog post are two videos that captured the workshop, featuring participant artwork and short interviews with the students and teaching artist, Gail Morton.

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subject terms

Creative Aging

Creative Aging > Arts Education

contributor

Jacqueline DuMont

related organization

Lifetime Arts

state

MS

resource type

Article and Blog Post

year

2019

keywords

Creative Aging Programming, Gail Morton, Journeys Through Clay, Union County Historical Society and Heritage Museum

art forms

Ceramics, Visual Arts

program site type

Museums

creative aging initiative

Seeding Vitality Arts in Museums 2018-2020 (Aroha)

funder

Aroha Philanthropies