We all know stories of famous artists whose careers are tragically cut short in their youth. But what of those artists fortunate enough to live well into — and beyond — their prime, who battled loss, ill health, or dementia, and continued to produce great art, including such works as radiant as Monet’s l’Orangerie water lilies, or Hokusai’s Great Wave?

Rebecca Albiani has been an arts lecturer at the Frye Art Museum since 1997. She was a Graduate Lecturing Fellow at Washington’s National Gallery and a Fulbright Scholar in Venice. She received an MA from Stanford University and a BA from the University of California, Berkeley.


Second Thursday Monthly Brown Bag Lunch

Hot Topics for Seniors (and Senior Wannabes!) is back!

September 13, noon – 1 PM: Election Initiatives

Green Lake Branch Seattle Public Library, 7634 E Green Lake Drive N

Get up to speed on the initiatives that might be on our November ballots. The more you know, the more interesting will be your conversations with friends and family as the election approaches. Facilitated by Michael Righi, former head of the economics department at Bellevue College.

Presented by Puget Sound Activists for Retirement Action (PSARA) and NWCCA in partnership with the Green Lake branch of the Seattle Public Library.


In the Larger Community

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