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Art Programs

Art in the Afternoon

Tell your story!

Conversations to Remember fosters thought-provoking exchanges, creative thinking, and can stimulate distant memories for individuals with Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, frontotemporal dementia (FTD), and multiple sclerosis. In this program art pieces drive conversations designed to lift the spirit and engage the mind, offering patients and care partners a new way to interact with each other in a welcoming and safe environment. 

2017 Dates: 

January 23 April 24 July 24 October 23
February 27 May 22 August 28 November 27
March 27 June 26      September 25  

 

        

This program is held on the fourth Monday of each month from 11:00 am - 12:15 pm at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, 888 W. Bonneville Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89106. The program is complimentary but pre-registration is required. RSVP at louruvosocialserv@ccf.org. To inquire about the program or to register, please call 702.483.6055.

Art Explorations - Art Therapy

The “Art Explorations – Art Therapy” program invites individuals with memory loss and their care partners to engage in a therapeutic art-making experience by working with various materials in a safe environment.

“Art Explorations – Art Therapy” meets from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. the second Monday each month (with a few exceptions). Reservations are requested: 702.483.6055.

2016 Dates: 

January 11 April 11 July 11 October 10
February 08 May 09 August 08 November 14
March 14 June 13      September 12 December 12 

Download a flier with more information here. 

The Keep Memory Alive program calendar includes dates for this and other upcoming events.

Cleveland Museum of Art

1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 11 a.m. - Noon

As part of our commitment to brain health, we host the Cleveland Museum of Art's award-winning art lectures designed to enrich people's life experiences. Open to the public, participants in Las Vegas are connected to the museum through live video conferencing. The lectures create an opportunity to view art and artifacts from around the world while sharing in a two-way conversation with museum art educators. Thanks to the museum’s enormous collection spanning ancient Greek to modern American art, over the course of a year, no topic is repeated. These lectures are made possible thanks to the generous support of Zappos.

The Keep Memory Alive program calendar includes information on upcoming lectures.

Please contact Jasmine Sligh for upcoming schedule information at 702. 483.6055 or SLIGHJ@ccf.org.