GMS Art Exhibit: Growing Older, Growing Stronger

   
Summary

GMS Art Exhibit: Growing Older, Growing Stronger

Description

Adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) are living longer than ever before, but aging and elderly women with ID face significant health disparities and other challenges. This population can sometimes be invisible. Growing Older, Growing Stronger is a photography exhibit featuring the work of aging women with ID. It was produced using Photo Voice, a participatory research technique where participants become co-researchers in the project and are given cameras and asked to document their worlds. This exhibit of co-researcher photography explores themes of community inclusion, belonging, relationships, loss and joy, as documented by the artist co-researchers. This project is part of GMS’s Medical Anthropology and Cross-Cultural Practice master’s student Nechama Greenwood’s thesis work researching aging with ID. Co-researcher artists will be on hand to answer questions and light refreshments will be served.

Starts

4:00pm on Wednesday, February 6th 2013

End Time

6:00pm

Location

L-317

URL

http://www.bumc.bu.edu/gms/files/2013/01/exhibit-poster-spring-2013.pdf

Address

72 East Concord Street, Boston, MA 02118

Cost

Free!

Notes

Please email Nechama@bu.edu for more information.

Contact Name

Nechama Greenwood

Contact Email

nechama@bu.edu

 
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