Abstract: This article explores the use of art to trigger memory as an effective educational tool for discussion. The author is a regular guest speaker at an affluent retirement community. The attendees are highly educated and accomplished professionals with expansive and worldly lived experiences. Formally facilitating lifelong learning, however, is a special vocation and requires a secular shared praxis and other andragogical strategies. (Keywords: photographic history, community-building, shared praxis, memory).
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Keefe, Thomas E.
"Using Art to Trigger Memory, Intergenerational Learning, and Community,"
International Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education: Vol. 3, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/ijllae/vol3/iss1/4