Tracing Memories™ is easy, relaxing, and fun! Enjoy coloring meaningful pictures from your life using professional quality tools.
Tracing Memories is based on a program developed over 15 years ago in Japan called Copic Art. People of all ages take classes or join clubs where members bring converted outlines of their personal photographs and color them under the guidance of an art teacher.
Many of these members make these images as gifts, memories, and for sharing with friends. You don’t need fine drawing ability; you are simply coloring what you see, making it as simple or as complex as you desire.
People of all ages and skill levels absolutely love the Tracing Memories program because it's such a pleasure. Now, we've made Tracing Memories into a mobile app that brings the fun and relaxation right to your home. We know you will love it too!
Coloring pictures from your own life will help to:
The journey of creating art is as important as the finished product. Involve family members of all ages in the process for a relaxing social activity. Spend as much or as little time as you like.
Art is an interpretation of life, and what makes it special is how we treat it.
The best way to recognize your artistic efforts is by displaying your work. Show it off in a frame, give it as a gift, put it in a community gallery, or print it as a greeting card.
Seeing your work in a frame can be magical. Suddenly all the blending, scribbling, and carefully chosen colors meet together to create something from your heart.
Your life is filled with good times, good friends, and good places. Coloring memories lets you reconnect with those experiences in a tangible way.
Please RSVP to workshops by emailing Nori Rice at email@example.com
|Workshop||Saturday, November 5||11:00am-12:30pm||Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art||Directions||RSVP|
|Workshop||Saturday, December 10||11:00am-12:30pm||Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art||Directions||RSVP|
|Workshop||Saturday, January 14||11:00am-12:30pm||Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art||Directions||RSVP|
|Workshop||Saturday, February 18||11:00am-12:30pm||Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art||Directions||RSVP|
Art has the power to inspire and transform. With that in mind, Arts & Minds brings adults with memory disorders and their caregivers together in new experiences of art. Through gallery discussions and hands-on art activities, Arts & Minds opens a window to creativity and well-being. All programs are free, but reservations are required.