Art In Our Library is pleased to welcome Nancy Rubin's photography exhibit Reframing Aging which challenges stereotypical ideas on aging and focuses on a diverse group of people in their 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Her talk on Wednesday, September 4th will update the lives of those in the exhibit, explore how this project came about, and document, through slides, her own journey into photography.
Reframing Aging was created with the help of Cynthia Bix who interviewed each person and edited the words that accompany each image.
About the photographer:
Nancy Rubin became passionate about photography in her late 60’s. She grew up in SoCal and taught high school in the Bay Area for 32 years. She currently has solo shows at The Buck Institute for Research on Aging, the West Berkeley Senior Center, and Kaiser Permanente Medical Center.
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