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September 02, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-02

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38 Friday, September 2, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Michigan Artists in Residence
Brighten Jewish Home for Aged

The Jewish Home for
Aged of Detroit is the recipi-
ent of a pilot "Confined Au-
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Arts. The $6,000 grant will
support six artists in resi-
dence at the home's two fa-
cilities in Detroit and South-
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The project is entitled
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Creative Arts" and will
bring to the 310 aged resi-
dents exposure to numerous
art forms and opportunities
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pation and experimentation.
This pilot program is de-
signed to take the arts to au-
diences which could not oth-
erwise take advantage of
these experiences.
Charles Wolfe, executive
director of the Jewish
Home for Aged, believes
the program will fire the
residents' imagination, as
well as bring excitement to
the entire facility.
"Many elderly face empti-
ness brought on by societal
disengagement and are also
confronted by numerous
losses and voids effected by
the aging process. Art expe-
riences within an elderly
community may therefore
generate not only creativity
and personal satisfaction,
but can serve a therapeutic
purpose as well," explained
Cheryl Riskin, project direc-
tor for Montage '77.

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"The elderly can gain a
greater awareness or under-
standing of personal situa-
tions and limitations
through art experiences.
Art can assist in the devel-
opment of a sense of person-
al identity. It may help the
confined individual to organ-
ize his or her perception of
the environment, and to es-
tablish a relationship with
the outside world."
Montage '77 will encom-
pass a variety of art forms,
including dance, visual
arts, instrumental music,
vocal music, poetry and lit-
erature, and theatre. Resi-
dents of the Jewish Home
for Aged will be encour-
aged to explore all facets of
each art form.
The artists-in-residence
will assist residents in learn-
ing of the development,
techniques, styles, and in-
fluences of the particular
art field; discovering inter-
ests and abilities in each
area; and identifying new
means of artistic expres-
sion which could be in-
corporated into their par-
ticular life styles.
An advisory board has
been formed by the Jewish
Home for Aged to assist in
the development and guid-
ance of the artist-in-resi-
dence program. The board
is comprised of recognized
local Michigan artists, resi-
dents of the Home, Ms. Ris-
kin and Wolfe.

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