AARP believes building community is about building connections. That's why we are working across the state to generate more opportunities for our members to connect with resources and fun near them, and to meet new people who share their passions and values. More than just the national member benefits and discounts, we have local partnerships that can help you live a healthier life, try new things and experience more of what our state has to offer - without spending more than you have to! If you aren't taking advantage of the art, music and culture of your community - then you don't know 'aarp'! Get to know us:
AARP California is celebrating the history and culture of Filipino-Americans at the Asian Art Museum (200 Larkin St. San Francisco, CA 94102) on Sunday, October 1, from 10:30 AM -4 PM.
AARP Mississippi is sponsoring Museum After Hours this month at the Mississippi Museum of Art. We invite you to join us at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 17 at the museum, located at 380 South Lamar Street in Jackson. This month’s theme is “Homeward Bound.”
November is National Family Caregivers Month and what better way to celebrate than an art exhibit? AARP, along with the Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) and Bloomingdale’s Furniture Gallery, is holding their first Art@50+ exhibit this November to showcase the works of artists 50 years of age and older. While the submission fee is $25, AARP members can enter their art for free!
Last month AARP in Los Angeles announced our partnership with local Chicana painter, Yolanda Gonzalez and leading non-profit visual arts center, Self Help Graphics , as part of our “Portraits of Community” project. As a result, Angelenos can now see Gonzalez’s portraits featured on three Metro buses, a Metro Gold Line train, and one hundred-fifteen Los Angeles Metro bus shelters throughout Los Angeles. Gonzalez is the first of several diverse artists who are slated to debut “Portraits of Community” artwork in Los Angeles throughout 2016.
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