Design, Letterpress Printing, and Memory (In-person or Virtual)
We are examining the nature of learning design processes and how haptic experiences can be beneficial for young and not as young folks for learning new skills to enhance memory. We will discuss a project that is being developed that includes learning type and making prints will be put into practice in a senior living environment to build memory skills, use fingers and hands for dexterity, and social interactions.
Option to join virtually: https://asu.zoom.us/j/89325098304?pwd=YjRPb1doTTVqcWlFRjZqUE9NV29BQT09
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