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May 31st, 2012

Elizabeth Long Lingo speaks at Center for Creative Aging; Washington, DC; May 17th

The Arts Industries Policy ForumĀ  joined the National Center for Creative Aging for a first-time discussion on expressive life and creative practice as a new frame for connecting public policy with issues around aging, on Thursday, May 17th at the University Club of Washington, DC

Elizabeth Long Lingo, PhD, Director of the Creative Campus Initiative, presented frameworks from her research and leadership efforts focused on building creative capacity in higher education, extending her understanding of creativity, risk, and innovation to the special context of age.

New Policy Concept for Lifelong Learning and Creativity

For more info:

http://www.vanderbilt.edu/curbcenter/2012/05/3926/?preview=true&preview_id=3926&preview_nonce=7d49a7a108

http://www.creativeaging.org/events/expressive-life-and-creative-practice

The Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy at Vanderbilt

The National Center for Creative Aging

The NAMM Foundation

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