• Creative Aging Symposium

    Lia Miller introduces keynote speaker Susan Perlstein at the 2010 Symposium.

    Creative Aging Symposium
  • Gary Glazner

    Glazner, founder of the Alzheimer’s Poetry Project, conducts a session.

    Alzheimer's Poetry Project
  • Creative Aging Symposium

    Participants enjoy walking the Labyrinth.

    Creative Aging Symposium
  • CAN-NC Arts Festival

    Artwork from Friendship Adult Day Services is exhibited at Hemphill Library in Greensboro.

    CAN-NC Arts Festival
  • Caregivers Workshop

    Caregivers come together for education, socialization and creative self-expression at an ACE Workshop.

    Caregivers Workshop
  • Creativity Matters Training

    Jorge Merced and Susan Perlstein conduct the Creativity Matters: Arts & Aging Core Training for Teaching Artists by NCCA.

    Creativity Matters
  • ARTmail Reception

    Participants, family and friends enjoy a reception honoring the older adult artists of ARTmail at the Greensboro Central Library.

    ARTmail Reception at Greensboro Central Library
  • Creative Aging Symposium

    A workshop on Horticultural Therapy at the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center.

    Creative Aging Symposium - HT
  • One City One Book

    Steve Sumerford and Lia Miller with Tommy Hayes, author of The Pleasure Was Mine, at the exhibit of artwork created by elders based on the book.

    One City One Book
  • TimeSlips Exhibit

    At Guilford Medical Supply, a display of artwork created by 5th graders based on TimeSlips stories of elders.

    TimeSlips Dispaly

Core Values

As the keystone of our culture, our Core Values - Creativity, Aging with Purpose, and Community - provide guidance and inspiration for the work we do every day.

Creativity

There is tremendous value in creative self-expression; the hands-on experiential creative process has a direct and positive impact on the health and well-being of elders of all ability levels.

Aging with Purpose

Within every elder there is creative talent waiting to be released and once triggered, it provides opportunities for continued learning as well as a sense of meaning and purpose otherwise unknown.

Community

Collaboration and partnerships are effective and necessary tools for reaching a diverse audience, building relationships and creating a positive social impact for individuals as well as the overall community.