Digital Games for Adults: Common Points
Online activity for adults over 65 years old
The B&E Goulandris Foundation continues its collaboration with Seveneleven and presents the new series of online interactive tours "Digital Games for Adults", designed for adults over 65 years old. In November, the "Digital Games for Adults" begin with "Common Points", the first of the three themes of this new online activity.
A few words about "Digital Games for Adults: Common Points"
From Miró’s summer landscapes, to the rooftops of Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas, "Common Points" attempts to introduce Paris - the City of Light - through ten important works by Greek and foreign artists from the Foundation's Art Collection. Using selected works from the Collection as stimulus and the “thallo” method as a tool, participants get acquainted with the world of art, through a process reminiscent of a game.
The activity aims at the cultivation of the feeling that older adults remain creative, the transformation of introversion into expression, the strengthening of self-confidence and the encouragement of the use of digital tools while highlighting the value of the visual arts.
An initiative of the Basil & Eliza Goulandris Foundation, implemented by Seveneleven and with the support of TIMA Charitable Foundation.
Design - implementation: seveneleven (Notis Paraskevopoulos - Konstantina Maltezou)
For adults over 65 years old
The activity is also aimed at people with mild cognitive impairment.
The activity is conducted in Greek, over Zoom
Start time: 19.00
Duration: 60-75 '
Up to 25 participants per interactive online tour
Free participation via online pre-registration at goulandris.gr
*Pre-registration for the activity of the week opens every Monday.
• Individuals of any age group can participate if there are places available, aiming at the socialisation of older adults and the encouragement of intergenerational contact.
• Participants will receive the information regarding their participation via Zoom on the day of the event, at the email address with which they registered.
• The same email address can not be used for more than one registrations.