Thursday on Lake Effect: Racial Health Inequality, Dementia & Eldercare, Sculpture Milwaukee
Thursday on Lake Effect:
We explore the connection between racial inequality and the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, we learn how the isolation brought on by the pandemic can lend insight into the isolation caused by dementia. Plus, we hear from the curator of this year’s Sculpture Milwaukee about how some of the work is reflective of what's going on in our culture.
- Dr. Camara Jones, epidemiologist and an expert in the connection between race and health
- Anne Basting, founder of TimeSlips and author of Creative Care: A Revolutionary Approach to Dementia and Elder Care
- Marilu Knode, director of curatorial affairs and education at Sculpture Milwaukee