Part of the Aging Well Through Arts Special Report
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, a nonprofit that’s dedicated to changing the way people think about aging by changing the way older people live.
Carpenter had an idea that retirement communities should be more like college — a beginning instead of an ending. His vision became a reality in the Burbank Senior Artists Colony. At these affordable senior apartments, the residents are part of a vibrant community that Carpenter and other proponents of the artful aging movement believe will change the very nature of aging.
This inspiring video, produced by Aroha Philanthropies, shines a spotlight on the project.
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