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Category Archives: Video
Have you ever listened to EngAGE Founder and Executive Director Tim Carpenter’s excellent TED Talk? In 2011, he explained EngAGE in an informative and entertaining presentation to a very receptive audience. Take a look! It’s eleven minutes well spent. … Continue reading
EngAGE was proud to present “The Artfully Aging Radio Hour” on Sunday, 3/12, on our Experience Talks radio show on 90.7 KPFK-FM. Now we’re delighted to be able to share with you this video of the complete performance! Recorded live in … Continue reading
In 2014, EngAGE Founder and Executive Director Tim Carpenter gave a “Planet Talk” for Senior Planet entitled “Thriving Through the Arts.” It’s an inspiring presentation about how EngAGE was created and how it’s evolved over the years to provide not only college-level … Continue reading
EngAGE is a forward thinking organization, but we believe that it’s always worthwhile to look back and appreciate important milestones along the way. Five years ago EngAGE Founder and Executive Director Tim Carpenter was honored to receive the 2011 Leadership … Continue reading
The first of 12 Town Halls for LA County’s Cultural Equity & Inclusion Initiative takes place on May 2nd in Torrance at 7 pm. Members of the general public are invited to join the conversation and share their comments, ideas and … Continue reading
We’re delighted that the excellent documentary, “Still Dreaming,” by our friends Hank Rogerson and Jilann Spitzmiller, is now available for purchase on their website as a DVD or via streaming. Here’s the scoop: STILL DREAMING is the multi-award winning, uproarious film about … Continue reading
Ashton Applewhite, author of This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism, has a solution to the nagging question, “What should we call older people?” Some older people don’t like to be called “seniors,” some are uncomfortable being called “elders.” Check … Continue reading
EngAGE C.O.O. Dr. Maureen Kellen-Taylor shares her excellent essay about the EngAGE Mentoring Program, recently published in HowlRound, “a knowledge commons by and for the theatre community,” based at Emerson College. Read more from Maureen on her blog, regener8tion. Where do older adults … Continue reading
“What happens when growing older becomes synonymous with growing creatively? People who were invisible become visible, says Tim Carpenter, founder and executive director of EngAge.” Take a look at this wonderful new video, “A Dose of Creativity,” produced by Aroha … Continue reading