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LA: Age Equity: Addressing Ageism in ourselves and in our Institutions

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This workshop is a part of a series of TAP Cohort workshops led by staff and artists at Lifetime Arts in 2020.

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Ageism is prevalent in our culture, and often people don't recognize it within themselves, and within the organizations they work for. In this workshop, we will address what aging means to us, what society tells us about growing older, and analyze how this might impact how we see and include older adults in our world. Further, we will also look at the institutions we serve, and uncover if there are ways that older adults can be more intentionally included in accessibility, diversity and inclusion efforts.

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Annie, Director of Education, is a master teaching artist and trainer, Annie leads the design and development of Lifetime Arts many professional development efforts. She facilitates trainings for a wide range of practitioners including teaching artists, librarians, arts organizations and funders. She is also a part time faculty member at The New School in the College of Performing Arts. As a teaching artist, Annie has taught numerous Creative Aging memoir and performance workshops throughout the metropolitan region in public libraries and community settings. Additionally, she has taught more than 20 years with such organizations as The New Victory Theatre, Disney Theatrical Production, Creative Theatrics and others. She is an active theatre artist as an actor, director and playwright. Annie received her bachelors in acting from Boston University and her masters in educational theatre from New York University.

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