Creative Age Festival begins the first of its Creative Age Series with a thought-provoking discussion entitled “When we speak about diversity, what are we actually speaking about?” Nationally acclaimed speaker Dr. Anu Taranath brings passion and expertise to her work and her interactive, engaging style resonates with her audiences.
The Creative Age Festival presents wellness, arts, and community engagement events designed to empower individuals of all ages to experience new techniques, skills, and activities that enhance their lives and expand their worlds. With a holistic series of classes that promote health and well-being through physical and mental vitality, creative expression, and social connection, Creative Age Festival galvanizes people to stay
Creative, Active, Fulfilled and Engaged!
Adopting new skills that bolster imaginative,
artistic, and innovative action
Embracing lifestyle choices that support
and improve physical and mental fitness
Pursuing meaningful efforts that nurture personal,
family, and societal improvement
Participating in endeavors that strengthen
civic and interpersonal connections
Creative Age Festival presents an engaging and thought provoking workshop by
Dr. Anu Taranath
"When We Speak About Diversity, What Exactly Are We Speaking About?"
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2017
This Workshop is at the Edmonds Senior Center, 220 Railroad Ave., Edmonds, WA 98020.
9:00 am-9:30 am CHECK-IN
9:30 am-12:30 pm WORKSHOP
We've got the experts who can help you change your life.
Dr. Anu Taranath
Teacher, Author, Consultant
Dr. Anu Taranath brings passion and expertise to her work as a speaker, facilitator, and educator. Since 2001, she has taught at the University of Washington Seattle about global literature, identity, race and equity. She received several regional distinctions, including Seattle Weekly’s “Best of Seattle” designation and the University of Washington’s Distinguished Teaching Award, as well as multiple national Fulbright awards and fellowships. A facilitator and consultant known for “pushing the conversation without pushing folks away,” she engages with schools, colleges, libraries, community organizations and government agencies to deepen social justice and global consciousness.
— $20 per attendee; $15 for Edmonds Senior Center members —
Payment will be made at the door.
Space is limited.