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Arts and Minds – Spark Video

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Spark and Rayon D’art is a monthly virtual museum tour. In this video, Andrea Gumpert, Educator at the National Gallery of Canada will take participants on a virtual tour of the Gallery and share facts about artworks.

The Arts and Minds series is an opportunity for people living with dementia and their partner or a friend to explore and experience art. Working on art projects creates a sense of accomplishment, purpose, and provides an opportunity for self-expression.

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