A SECOND CAREER IN THE ARTS: IT’S NEVER TOO LATE
A passion for the creative arts doesn’t diminish with age. In fact, many renowned artists find success in their later years. Join a discussion about creative expression as part of lifelong learning, and get to know three Charter Members who will share their work and their journey of renewal through the arts.
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LYNN HALPERIN: After a distinguished career in health education and counseling, Lynn found a second calling at the potter’s wheel. She studied art at the University of California, Berkeley; participates in national art shows; and shares an art studio with her husband, Joe.
JOE HALPERIN: Once the vice president and chief medical officer for several hospitals, Joe now describes himself as a full-time artist. He studied painting at the University of California, Berkeley, and has shown his work at juried art shows. He’s also a 10-year student of the cello.
HARRIET SHENKMAN: Professor emerita at City University of New York and an award-winning poet, Harriet has seen her work appear in literary reviews and magazines. She’s performed readings locally and published two chapbooks of poetry.