Regular Woodson Art Museum blog readers know that six staff members share responsibility for weekly postings in rotation.
Curator of education Erin Narloch, on tap to blog this week, is in New York City along with fellow educator Jayna Hintz, training at the Museum of Modern Art for an exciting new program to be developed at the Woodson.
Thanks to a Helen Bader Foundation planning grant, the Woodson Art Museum and four other Wisconsin museums are embarking on in-gallery services and activities especially designed for early-stage Alzheimer’s patients and their families, modeled on the successful “Meet Me at MoMA” program.
Stay tuned for insights into Erin’s New York City experiences as well as news about the Woodson’s programs for Alzheimer’s patients.
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