Intro to Arts & Aging Workshops

Bring ArtSage into your community for a full-day workshop about the growing field of Arts & Aging!

For artists, arts and cultural organizations, health providers, caregivers, and senior-serving organizations:

    • Learn about the latest research supporting the benefits of arts participation for older adults.
    • Network with others in your community interested in the field of Arts & Aging.
    • Get resources to support your efforts to integrate the arts into programming.
    • Participate in interactive and fun demonstrations taught by master teaching artists of the ArtSage interdisciplinary, multi-modal approach, which layers creative experiences—adding poetry to movement, or visual art to song, and includes sensory aspects of touch, smell, taste, sight, and sound.

Cost for a full-day workshop with 3-4 presenters:  $3,500 (does not include meals or travel). Up to 60 participants at each workshop is ideal.

“The presenters were so dynamic I found myself
very tuned in to what they were saying all day long!
It was very helpful to get all of the resources that
they made available to us.”


“I attended the all day conference given by Artsage
yesterday and had my mind blown wide open

“Thank you for the wonderful ArtSage workshop
yesterday. I got several ideas to help me as I
perform at senior residences.”

“Thank you for the terrific workshop yesterday at
MacPhail.... I got some concrete ideas for improvement
and wonderful inspiration from your presentation.
You had an excellent balance of data/information
and inspiring action, stories and suggestions.”


Check out this video from the Fergus Falls Workshop »


155 East Lake Street, Suite 206
Wayzata, MN 55391
Office: (952) 473-0228


Intro to Arts and Aging Workshops

ArtSage's FREE, one-day workshops in five Minnesota locations were a hit! Hundreds of people interested in the field of arts and aging attended workshops in St. Cloud, Fergus Falls, Minneapolis, Grand Rapids and Austin.

Check out this video from the Fergus Falls Workshop »