Lifelong learning in the arts educates and engages older adults as teachers, learners and creators which contribute to overall quality of life and much more. Recently, Martin Luther Campus residents and Adult Day Participants created beautiful artwork with the assistance of Artistry from Bloomington Center of Arts. Their art spells out the words LOVE, FAITH and HARMONY. To the seniors’ surprise, Alzheimer’s Association asked if they could display the artwork for everyone to see. What an honor!
"We are proud to host these beautiful pieces created by people in our community who are impacted by Alzheimer’s disease," said Rebecca Ayaz, Director of Volunteer Engagement at the Alzheimer's Association Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter. "The Alzheimer's Association Art Gallery is a space that brings local artists' creations into a work environment for staff, volunteers and visitors to enjoy."
Martin Luther Campus residents, staff and family are beyond honored and very proud that so many will get to see the beautiful pieces that were created with love, much effort and authenticity. A HUGE thank you to Sally Peterson for this creative idea of artwork created and connecting us with the Alzheimer’s Association. Your heart and passion for serving older adults is larger than all of Bloomington!
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Luke Jenkins - Director of Community Relations