Creativity for Brain Health is hosted by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery’s Education Coordinator, Christy Schweiger and TimeSlips Facilitator Catherine Livingstone.

10:00 am – 11:00 am Tuesdays
November 21 & 28 and
December 5 & 12

Rural Stories: Treasures from the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery Collection

This free program is open to anyone in Saskatchewan age 60 and over. Pre-registration required. Join from your own home – on your phone in a conference call format, just like an old-fashioned “party line” – no internet or computer is needed.

Have you always wanted to learn a bit more about Canadian art, and exercise your brain while doing it? Join
Catherine and Christy for a glimpse into the fascinating world of Saskatchewan artists.

Over four sessions, we will explore a selection of prints and paintings depicting the theme of “human stories”, and use prompts to try different elements of art-making ourselves. This is an informal and non-judgmental program that promises lots of fun – no creative experience necessary!

All visual reproductions of artwork will be provided, for inspiration and discussion.

Maximum of 20 people.

To register for this program, phone
SENIORS’ CENTRE WITHOUT WALLS SASKATCHEWAN
306-631-4357 or email scwwsask2019@gmail.com