Conversations

Exploring Creative Longevity

Thursday Mar 7, 2013 7:30 PM to 7:30 PM This is a past program
Creative Longevity
3/6/2013---Marc Freedman, the founder of Civic Ventures, and Tim Carpenter, the founder of EngAGE, discuss how older adults are contributing to cultural, educational, and social services organizations to meaningfully engage in the next phase of life. The conversation focuses on innovation, sustaining work later in life, creativity, lifelong learning, and more. Moderated by Joanne Webb of The Actors Fund (Run time: 1 hr 33 mins).

Co-presented with The Actors Fund

Marc Freedman, the founder of Civic Ventures, and Tim Carpenter, the founder of EngAGE, discuss how older adults are contributing to cultural, educational, and social services organizations to meaningfully engage in the next phase of life. The conversation focuses on innovation, sustaining work later in life, creativity, lifelong learning, and more. Moderated by Joanne Webb of The Actors Fund.

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