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Participate in this four-part workshop which offers family caregivers an opportunity to process the day-to-day experience, as well as a time for reflection. Sharing archival images and making new ones, participants add words and find a space for conversation, listening and enjoying a time-out. Anyone is welcome to join the group. It is ideal if you are currently a caregiver, but participants can relate the material to any loved one. Materials and cameras provided. The program will meet in person Tuesdays in April 2022 at 3:00 pm at the Tenley Friendship Neighborhood Library.

Karen Ruckman is a photographer and workshop teacher. She has worked in the nation’s capital photographing decision makers and celebrities for a variety of clients from Congressional Quarterly to Hello magazine.  She is the recipient of grants and awards for her pioneering teaching workshops with diverse groups in the DC community. Karen has lectured nationally and mounted exhibitions of the work, produced publications, and an award-winning catalogue. She is currently completing a documentary about the prison project, the story of inmates who came of age in DC’s Lorton Prison. She has a BA from American University and studied at The Corcoran College Of Art + Design.

Emma Pearce is a DC-based producer, writer, and editor for PhotoChange Productions. She also works as a video editor for the Cisco Learning Network. She interned for the Independent Film and Television Alliance, where she developed a love of producing, and at Docs in Progress, where she grew to understand the importance of telling stories. She has worked on numerous short narrative projects. Emma is a 2013 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts with a BFA in Filmmaking.

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Please be aware of proximity to others and do not join our in-person events if you are ill.

By registering for any in-person and on-line activities you waive any liability as follows–

In consideration of my voluntary participation in this Fitness/Wellness Class (“The Program”), I hereby agree to release, hold harmless, and indemnify Iona Senior Services, and its employees, agents, and representatives (collectively “Iona”) from any and all actions, claims, and demands, for myself, my heirs, and/or my personal representatives, now and forever, as a result of injury, damage, or loss of property arising out of my participation in the Program. This release shall include any claims, demands, injuries, damages, or actions arising out of or connected with my use of Iona’s services and facilities, both on and off Iona’s premises, and from all acts of ordinary negligence on the part of Iona.

I recognize that the Program may include travel by public or private transit, private touring companies, walking, and other moderate physical activity. By agreeing to participate in the Program, I assert that I have willingly and knowingly accepted the risks inherent in such travel and activities, including bodily injury and property damage. I also assert that I have no physical condition, ailment, or limitation that would prevent me from participating in the Program in a safe manner. Finally, I assert that I have accident/health insurance coverage that will apply in the event of injury as a result of my participation in the Program.

 

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No class on Monday, July 4th.
Masks and proof of vaccination are required at all in-person programs. We encourage the use of N95 or KN95 masks.
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