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Category Archives: Video
From Dr. Maureen Kellen-Taylor, EngAGE C.O.O: The Metro Chinatown Inaugural Art Show in April drew a small but enthusiastic crowd who were pleased to be able to discuss each of the pieces with the artists. The artists were also glad to … Continue reading
Hat tip to EngAGE C.O.O. Dr. Maureen Kellen-Taylor for this inspiring link! The Wall: How the Arts Can Improve Aging (3:21) from Aroha Philanthropies on Vimeo.
From the New York Times: “In my home country of Chile, having afternoon tea together with friends and family is a cherished ritual. The custom is about far more than just tea: It’s a time to catch up with loved … Continue reading
Thanks to Helene Weinberg, Arts Program Manager at Long Beach Senior Arts Colony, for producing this cool video of the recent “Reflections” art show held there on July 15th. The show featured work by professional and emerging resident artists who live … Continue reading
Thanks to EngAGE Founder and Executive Director Tim Carpenter for this link: “What is the best way to ease someone’s pain and suffering? In this beautifully animated RSA Short, Dr Brené Brown reminds us that we can only create a … Continue reading
Check out these two great videos featuring our EngAGE community residents! [Email subscribers: click on the title of the post to go to the blog and see the videos.] From Robin Hart, EngAGE Regional Programs Director: The video and poem, … Continue reading
Filmmakers Drea (pronounced Dray) Cooper and Zackary Canepari have produced a collection of three- to ten-minute video vignettes called California Is a Place. One of their films, the ten-minute long “Aquadettes,” was chosen for the Short Film program at the … Continue reading
“Comedy Central will host a five-day comedy festival that includes a lineup of legends like Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner alongside popular young comics like Amy Schumer and the director Paul Feig. But there will be no smoky comedy clubs. … Continue reading
EngAGE’s improv teacher, Jo McLachlan, and Peggy Musetti and Catherine McLachlan, present a Senior TV commercial on YouTube. Senior TV brings you comedy sketches based on suggestions from residents of various senior communities, starring some first time actors, ages 60-90, having the time of … Continue reading
EngAGE’s improv teacher, Jo McLachlan, brought together residents from the Jasmine, Dorado, and Villa Anaheim Senior Apartment communities to share their unique take on broadcast news! Featuring: Sharon G. Schwartz, Rose Verrengia, Peggy Musetti, Miriam Suarez, Sally Leland, Jo McLachlan, … Continue reading