EngAGE is a non-profit that transforms aging
and the way people
think about aging by turning affordable senior apartment communities into vibrant centers of learning, wellness,
EngAGE now serves Portland, Oregon! Click here for more information.
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This is what EngAGE
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A Radio Magazine for the Experienced Listener
Produced by EngAGE
Sundays @ 5 PM PT
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EngAGE is a member of the Annenberg Foundation Alchemy Program.
Seniors Getting Late Life Arts Education - The National, CBC, May 2016
EngAGEd Artist Profile: Ethel Gross - Aroha Philanthropies, February 2016
EngAGEd Artist Profile: Sally Connors - Aroha Philanthropies, February 2016
EngAGEd Artist Profile: Tyrone Polk - Aroha Philanthropies, February 2016
Mastering the Art of Teaching Adults - Aroha Philanthropies, January 2016
Tim Carpenter receives Durfee Foundation 2016/17 Stanton Fellowship award - December10, 2015, Japanese American National Museum, L.A., CA.
A Dose of Creativity - Aroha Philanthropies, November 2015
Thriving Through the Arts - Senior Planet, 2014
Meet the EngAGE Seniors - 2013 EngAGE Senior Olympics, produced by Brossy Reina, 2014
Experience Talks Online: EngAGE Senior Olympics - Interview with Brossy Reina, Senior Olympics Events Coordinator; produced by John Semper Jr. and Cynthia Friedlob, May 24, 2013
Hammer Lectures: Exploring Creative Longevity - Tim Carpenter and March Freedman, The Hammer Museum, March 6, 2013
2013 Annual Thewlis Lecture on Gerontology and Geriatrics, University of Rhode Island - "Transforming Community: The Art of Active Aging" presented by Tim Carpenter, March 20, 2013
EngAGE Across Generations: The Claymation Project - Creative senior mentors from Burbank Senior Artists Colony and talented young students from Burbank Community Day School collaborated on a claymation project with assistance from Movies for Kids and Ken Mandel, 2012
2012 Expert Series for 55+ Housing Council - presentation by Tim Carpenter, February 16, 2012
New American Media: Honored Arts Program Engages Ethnic Elders for Health and Vitality - a visit to Casa Bonita, an EngAGE community - 2012
TEDxSoCal: Thriving - presentation by Tim Carpenter, July 16, 2011
The End of the Rainbow - 2010
Videos Made by Our Residents & Staff
The Challenges of Learning About Technology - produced by Miles Morse, EngAGE Technology Instructor, August 2016
A Show of Hands (Long Beach Senior Arts Colony) - produced by EngAGE Creative Programs Director Helene Weinberg, June, 2015
First Responders Poem - produced by the students of Kenneth A. Picerne Foundation facilitator/artist Jo McLachlan's comedy improv group, October, 2013
2013 EngAGE Senior Olympics - produced by EngAGE Creative Programs Director Helene Weinberg, October 2013
Senior TV News - Kenneth A. Picerne Foundation facilitator/artist Jo McLachlan produced a comedy news broadcast featuring EngAGE community residents, April, 2013
Senior Rap Performances - Kenneth A. Picerne Foundation facilitator/artist Jo McLachlan formed rap groups made up of EngAGE community residents, June 2012
"The Boyfriend" - 12-minute video improv between Burbank Senior Artists Colony actors and David Slater's Entelechy Arts troupe of actors, 2011
London and California Talk about "The Boyfriend" - a Skyped rehearsal between Burbank and London actors working on "The Boyfriend," a short video improv (see above), 2011