This session will explore the integration of various art forms to prevent premature aging and engage aging community members.
About Ken Crossley
Ken Crossley has more than 30 years experience in arts administration in a variety of setting as producer and presenter for performing arts at Arizona State University, International Attractions (Chinese Acrobats), Millikin University, and BYU, his alma mater. Ken received a fellowship with the National Endowment for the Arts, and has served on numerous grant panels for local, state, regional, and national projects. Interested in the power of the arts to change lives ad build communities, Ken is active in community-based arts programs, including EngAGE Utah, a nonprofit that promotes wellness, lifelong learning, and creativity for older adults. He is a member of Americans for Arts, National Guild for Community Arts Education, and National Center for Creative Aging. He serves on the boards of Utah Cultural Advocacy Alliance (501c4) and Utah Humanities.