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Tuition-free art classes to care-recipients and their family caregivers

Tuition-free art classes to care-recipients and their family caregivers

Arizona Artists Guild offers tuition-free art classes to care-recipients and their family caregivers. This program is designed specifically for older adults (60+) who have lost their independence due to illness or circumstance and rely on others for most of their activities of daily living.

Perennial Picassos will receive the benefits of expression, social interaction with others, and the enjoyment of quality time engaged in a creative activity. Each group works under the guidance of separate facilitators so that they can meet and share with people in similar situations. Art is a great way to step out of your daily routine. The projects are designed to provide the skills needed for participants to engage in art activities at home between sessions.

This is a great opportunity to learn something new, to express yourself, to tap into your creative spirit, and to enjoy the creative process with others experiencing similar life circumstances with a daily focus on medical issues and healthcare.

Join the Arizona Artists Guild on the 3rd Wednesday of each month beginning Sept 20, 2017, from 1:00-3:00 pm at 18411 North 7th Avenue, Phoenix.

It is a tuition-free program, however preregistration is required as space is limited. Register via email: or call 602-994-9713.

18411 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, Az 85023 | | 602-944-9713 | Mail: PO Box 41534, Phoenix, Az 85080-1534

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