I am honored to be part of the Arts Work Group at the Dementia Action Alliance, which is one of my favorite non-profits. Please share this information with those who might benefit. Warmly, Deborah
Dementia Action AllianceDementia Arts Fest 2019
Mike Belleville, 2018
The Dementia Arts Fest celebrates art made by persons living with dementia!
Call for Entries Deadline March 15, 2019
If you are a person living with dementia who engages in creative projects or you’re the leader of a creativity program for people living with dementia, we want to hear from you! You are invited to submit up to 3 pieces of art, ready to display – It’s an easy process to submit. This is what we need:
1. Photos of the artwork in JPEG, PDF, or PNG format. Label each image with your last name, the title.
2. A separate page:
Your name (artist’s name) and contact information. List of your work with titles, dimensions, and media
3. Write down a brief description about how creating art impacts you and makes you feel. (around 200 words)
5. Email the above information to Karen Love at email@example.com.
Please let us know if you are submitting artwork on behalf of someone else.
Sale of Artwork
▪ Artwork accepted for the exhibition may be for sale, or may be marked as ‘NFS’ (not for sale). If the artwork is NFS, artists must include a prepaid return shipment label for UPS or Federal Express with their artwork shipment.
▪ If the artist’s work is sold, the Dementia Action Alliance [a 501(c)(3) charity] will receive 50% of the retail price set by the artist as a contribution.About the Dementia Action AllianceThe Dementia Action Alliance is a national non-profit organization of people living with dementia, care partners, dementia specialists and others making our nation a better place in which to live with dementia. www.daanow.org
Deborah Shouse is the author of Connecting in the Land of Dementia: Creative Activities to Explore Together and Love in the Land of Dementia: Finding Hope in the Caregiver’s Journey.