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AgeWise TV: Episode 113
AgeWise TV: Episode 113
9/17/202057:43

Enjoy content for older adults including tips on highlighting your home art collection; short films on Lake City murals, a Pygmy village, and native food sovereignty; and guided mindfulness meditation. This video features open captions.

In this episode:

BIMA Art In Action - Make Your Home a Museum: Emma from Bainbridge Island Museum of Art talks about using museum labels to highlight art and other objects in your home.

Short Film - The Murals of Lake City (Part 2): In this film by Akira Ohiso, meet local artist Kendra Azari and learn more about the Lake City Murals Project. Film made in partnership with Lake City Seniors and the Lake City Mural Project.

Short Film - Native Food Sovereignty: Valerie Segrest, Community Nutritionist and Native Foods System Educator for the Muckleshoot Tribe, discusses native food sovereignty, the rights of Native people to access traditional, ancestral foods and medicines.This short film was created by Kay D. Ray for the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) for the exhibit "Edible City." 

Documentary - A Village Success, From Begging to Small Business: This short film by Patricia Boiko tells the story of how community empowerment transformed a Batwa Pygmy village.

Zinnia TV - A Farm Visit: Zinnia TV is television programming for people living with dementia or anyone who enjoys a gently-paced viewing experience.

Greenwood Senior Center Meditation: Katie Freeman leads a guided mindfulness meditation practice.



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