Artful Living: Events

MAY 15, 2016: AFTA Cup Team Tennis Tournament

May 16, 2016

Arts for the Aging hosted a team tennis tournament, the 26th Annual AFTA Cup, at Rock Creek Park Tennis Center, in Washington, D.C., capturing for play one of May’s rare sunny days in an uncharacteristically rainy month. Players enjoyed friendly competition and, afterwards, watched exhibition matches featuring the ranks of Richey Reneberg, Danny Waldman and Chi Wan Kim, as well as Junior champions Andrew Fenty …Read More

JANUARY 13, 2016: Capricorn Party

January 16, 2016

Built on a long-held tradition, started by AFTA Founder Lolo Sarnoff to revel with fellow Capricorns and friends each January, Arts for the Aging hosted a party at the residence of the now former Ambassador of The Republic of Bulgaria to the U.S., Her Excellency Elena Poptodorova. Major donors and supporters of the organization joined AFTA to affirm for the new year, and with the …Read More

DECEMBER 11, 2015: Dream Ship exhibition opening reception

December 11, 2015

  Arts for the Aging ‘s exhibition of multi-media works created in classes taught by AFTA’s artistic faculty with frail and vulnerable older adults in the D.C. metro region opened on Friday evening, December 11, with a well-attended reception.  Curated by Jarvis DuBois, the exhibition is runs through January 6, 2016 at Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, 1632 U Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20009. Photos …Read More

OCTOBER 27, 2015: AFTA Gala, Creating New Horizons

October 27, 2015

AFTA’s 27th Annual Gala, Creating New Horizons, was held at The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati, also known as Anderson House, where Trish and George Vradenburg (left) were given the 7th Lolo Sarnoff Founder’s Award, celebrating their humanitarianism and philanthropy, their dedication to addressing the impact of Alzheimer’s disease, and their lifelong engagement in the arts. Chairs of this year’s gala were Olga …Read More