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"The arts are a way of being in relationship, a way of being in the world," says Basting. In this workshop Basting builds on the examples from her keynote and invites attendees to explore their own ideas for channeling the arts for social good. Drawing on her experience teaching Arts and Social Entrepreneurship, Basting will guide the group through shaping ideas for sustainable social change through the arts and collaborations across sectors of care and civic support.

Presented by:

Anne Basting

Anne Basting
Founder and Director, TimeSlips
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Anne is Founder and Director of TimeSlips, and Professor of Theatre at the Peck School of the Arts. In 2016 she was awarded a MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship. She is the author of / contributor to many articles and 3 books, including Forget Memory: Creating Better Lives for People with Dementia (2009), and The Penelope Project: An arts-based odyssey to change elder-care (2016). She is an internationally recognized speaker on the arts and aging.