Meet Me in the Studio

Wednesday, October 9, 2019
1 – 3 PM

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Created for people living with Alzheimer’s and other memory care afflictions, this hands-on art experience is designed to engage participants in a creative and instinctual process while forming a sense of community. Previous art experience is not necessary. If you have questions or require accommodations, please contact Emma Moore, the Crocker’s manager of studio experiences at Assistants, caregivers, and companions do not pay a fee and are welcome as participants or observers.

About the instructor:
Tiffany Paige Ramirez is with City of Sacramento Older Adult Services and Access Leisure.
Tiffany applies her 17 years of professional art and design experience to sharing creativity as a means to connect the heart and mind of individuals living with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Moved by the loss of her grandfather to Alzheimer’s, she is committed to sharing the healing properties of art and imagination with others living with the illness. Tiffany launched and directs the nonprofit Artisan Mind and has been providing dementia-specific museum tours with the Crocker since 2011. Her devotion to quality of life comes through The Hummingbird Project, where she continues to nurture creative thinking in a way that sparks inspiration and meaning in the hearts of those she serves.


$25 members
$35 nonmembers

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