Prime Time: Keeping In Touch

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Exhibition. March 10–April 10, 2018. What actions, items, and experiences help us stay connected to ourselves and our communities? How can we find ways to strengthen existing social bonds and forge new ones in the face of physical, emotional, ideological, and generational divides? How can physical touch and acts of creativity play a role in these efforts? Over the last year, participants in Prime Time partnership programs have explored these questions and more through individual and communal art making. Prime Time partnerships with aging-services organizations across the five boroughs provide opportunities for older New Yorkers to engage in in-depth art making that grows out of their personal interests and experiences and connects to artwork on view at The Museum of Modern Art. Through Prime Time we hope to emphasize the essential role that art can play in a fulfilling aging process—one defined by curiosity, creativity, connectedness, and continued growth.

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de Young Museum | de Young
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100 34th Avenue
San Francisco

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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston

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465 Huntington Avenue
Boston

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Prime Time: Keeping In Touch MoMA - Museum of Modern Art Main address: MoMA - Museum of Modern Art 11 West 53 Street NY 10019-5 New York, United states MoMA - Museum of Modern Art 11 West 53 Street NY 10019-5 New York, United states Exhibition. March 10–April 10, 2018. What actions, items, and experiences help us stay connected to ourselves and our communities? How can we find ways to strengthen existing social bonds and forge new ones in the face of physical, emotional, ideological, and generational divides? How can physical touch and acts of creativity play a role in these efforts? Over the last year, participants in Prime Time partnership programs have explored these questions and more through individual and communal art making. Prime Time partnerships with aging-services organizations across the five boroughs provide opportunities for older New Yorkers to engage in in-depth art making that grows out of their personal interests and experiences and connects to artwork on view at The Museum of Modern Art. Through Prime Time we hope to emphasize the essential role that art can play in a fulfilling aging process—one defined by curiosity, creativity, connectedness, and continued growth. Book tickets