The Art Hives’ Science Shop presents:
“Senior STEAM” Teapot Chats: What keeps your engine running?
This afternoon series of public creative science conversations will highlight older adults’ passion and ingenuity that help navigate challenges of aging in Quebec.
This series will illuminate the creative projects and inventions supported by the arts, sciences, and community-building that older adults are involved in that bring personal and community health and well-being.
Facebook event here
Duration: 1 hr 30 min
Join us Wednesdays at tea time to share what’s working about growing older through short talks and long conversations. All ages are welcome to hear from our older adults in the community, to join in the discussion, and to create art.
The speakers who will kickstart the conversation on Wednesday December 4th are:
“Carbon catching art for global cooling”.
Satoshi is a professor at Concordia University, with research interests in the political sociology of global futures and sustainable alternatives to corporate economy. Satoshi role models, educates, and inspires the students and community members to build their own initiatives of sustainable and collective practices on campus and into the community.
He is a retired teacher from Montreal Oral School for the Deaf, living in the Laurentians. At 80 years of age, he is a school board commissioner (Sir Wilfred Laurier), Morin Heights Town Councillor and a maker of maple syrup which has found its way around the world. Today he will be talking about Being engaged, involved and helping others.
The series will resume in January at the Meet Me at the Mall Living Lab, 5800 Cavendish, Space C-14.
As an older adult, if you or someone you know would like to sign-up to briefly introduce the inspiration for one of the teapot chats this fall, kindly reach out to Lindsay Clarke for more details (honorarium provided for speaker)