Columbia University Community Wellness Center
610 W 129th Street
between Broadway and 12 Ave
Tuesdays at 2pm
Reservations for all programs: 646-755-3726
Visit the exhibition:
Things Held Within/Llevo Cosas muy Adentro
Selected works from Arts & Minds 2010-2017
Hunter East Harlem Gallery
Silberman School of Social Work
2180 Third Avenue (at 119th Street)
170 Central Park West at 77th Street,
New York City
2 Programs available each Monday
Series B: 1-2:15pm
Series A: 3-4:30pm
May 7, 21
June 4, 18
July 2, 23
August 6, 20
September 10, 24
October 1, 22
November 19, 26
December 3, 17
Reserve your place: 646-755-3726
1000 5 Avenida con la calle 81, New York City
Ahora en el MET
Jueves a las 2 pm
5 y 19 de Abril
3 y 17 de Mayo
7 y 21 de Junio
5 y 19 de Julio
2 y 16 de Agosto
6 y 20 de Septiembre
Todos los programas son gratuitos pero se requiere reserva previa.
Haga su reserva llamando al teléfono 646-755-3726 o contacte con la coordinadora del programa, Nellie Escalante: firstname.lastname@example.org
Art has the power to inspire and transform. With that in mind, Arts & Minds brings adults with memory disorders and their caregivers together in new experiences of art. Through gallery discussions and hands-on art activities, Arts & Minds opens a window to creativity and well-being. All programs are free, but reservations are required.
With deep appreciation for all this organization does for families dealing with dementia.
It’s a good experience, let me tell you. I enjoy art and I enjoy being around people who know about art.
It’s amazing what you’ve done! There aren’t many interesting things for us to do. We’re going to come every week.
I KNOW my mom's life would have been hugely enhanced by participating in the Arts & Minds program. She felt so un-included toward the end of her life.
Thank you for the programs you run. My husband is getting so much out of attending Arts & Minds.
It's wonderful to see how your thoughtful and ground-breaking work is truly enriching people's lives.