Selina Alexander is the artist in residence at the Sheldon Jackson Museum. She’ll be demonstrating her traditional artwork, but she also says it’s important to let art grow and adapt to the times. She and Sheldon Jackson Museum Curator Jackie Fernandez talk about the artists in residence program.
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Alexander: Traditional art has place in the future
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Lois Denherder, occupational therapist, and Fr. Michael Boyle, speech therapist, discuss how to make dining more enjoyable and successful for patients suffering from dementia. They'll present at a free Brave Heart caregiver's support luncheon at noon Wednesday, September 17, in the Pioneers Home Manager's House. more