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Amy Gorman's AGING ARTFULLY is a book profiling 12 San Francisco Bay Area women aged 85-105 in the visual and performing arts. Moreover, Greg Young's 32 minute documentary, Still Kicking and Frances Kandl's CD "7 Songs of Women," which accompanies the book, further celebrate the abundant lives of the women; painter, rug braider, pianist, dancer, sculptor, ikebana artist, storyteller, actor, singer...

Illustrated with 100 plus photos from the women's lives, AGING ARTFULLY was inspired by Amy Gorman's ticking clock and Medicare eligibility. "Woke up one morning, age was on my mind," she relates. Over three years, Amy located a remarkable and diverse group of SF Bay Area women living with zest even in the ninth decade and beyond. AGING ARTFULLY unravels perceptions and attitudes towards being old, and poignantly documents that old age can be a time of creative expression and gratification --a current surging field anticipating the aging of the Baby Boomers.

148 pp, black & white interior, color cover
8 1/2" x 11" format
Perfect bound

AGING ARTFULLY and accompaning CD are available online for purchase. Purchase both Still Kicking DVD and Aging Artfully together and save over 20%.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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