A collaboration with The Schwartz/Reisman Emergency Medicine Institute at Mt Sinai Hospital (SREMI)
MAMC was chosen by Dr. Jacques Lee, Inaugural SREMI Research Chair Schwartz/Reisman Emergency Medicine Institute at Mt Sinai Hospital to facilitate one of our programs for a group of seniors. They are participating in a Sinai study to identify different types of interventions to relieve loneliness and social isolation in the aged. We invited four more participants to join the study group. This allowed MAMC to reach an optimal number of participants for the creative experience to be dynamic, yet intimate.
MAMC’s unique methodology of engagement elicits wonder, surprise, a growing sense of confidence in the group’s creative practice, and self-discovery. During 8 sessions, the group shares their interesting lives and interacts through the stories they tell, share their work, and support each other.
MAMC’s research centers around the use of art making over an extended period to build relationships between people who begin as strangers, and end up building a supportive creative community beyond the program.
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Encounters With New MothersPQWCHC Roncesvalles Satellite Site, 2023
Encounters. People Who Identify As FemalePQWCHC Central Site, 2023
Encounters With SeniorsProgress Place and Dixon Hall (Virtual Classes), 2023
Encounters With SeniorsThe Centre For Spanish Speaking Peoples (Jane Street), 2023
Encounters With LGBTQ+The Centre For Spanish Speaking Peoples (Carlton Street), 2023
Shadows of RacismMAMC and ALPHA EDUCATION, 2022
Diary of PlaceA Collaboration With TNO, 2022
Contemporary Connections Pt.1Art Making With Seniors Part 1, 2021
Contemporary Connections Pt.2Art Making with Seniors Part 2, 2021
Shared ExpressionsWith [email protected], 2022
Women In DialogueCovid19 Response, 2020
Artists In Their KitchenIn The Time of Covid, 2020
Contemporary Connections Pt.3Art Making with Seniors Part 3, 2021
With Thread As Inkwith the Textile Museum of Canada, 2020
Stories Are Our Compasswith The Power Plant, 2019
Drop Swap Shopwith the Evergreen Brickworks, 2020
Women's Creative Narrativeswith support from the TAC & OAC, 2019
Finding Homewith the Aga Khan Museum, 2016
Face Upwith Greenwood School, 2019
Walls & Barrierswith the ROM, 2010
Making Art Making Change is a non-profit charity committed to giving voice to social issues within communities through the use of visual arts, mixed media and story telling.
Our experienced artist educators are committed to creating a safe and fun space where participants can explore artistic expression while developing self awareness, collaboration skills and original creative thinking. Our focus is to facilitate dialogue and collaboration, thereby strengthening community bonds and reducing isolation.
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