1 Dr. Sarah Schroth, director of Nasher Museum
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In June, the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University hosted the first Museums & Dementia Symposium. This event brought together museum professionals from 23 states and three countries to share best practices in programming for visitors with memory loss. The symposium spotlighted the Nasher’s Reflections tours – which provide mental and social engagement through discussions of art, incorporating live musicians, art-making opportunities, and university and medical students – for individuals with dementia and their care partners.
of Art at Duke University, and Stefanie Kahn, Reflections gallery guide at the Nasher. 2 Nasher Teen Educator and Gallery Guide Meg Williams, Nasher Director of Education and Public Programs Jessica Ruhle, and Nasher Education Assistant for the Reflections Program Brittany Halberstadt. 3 Ryan Helsel, K-12 and family programs educator at the Nasher; Kate Newman, Nasher gallery guide; and Dan Ellison, Duke law professor.
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