Sun, Sep 08 | Cape Cod Museum of Art

Special Event! - Creative Outlets Youth Program Celebration, Luncheon and Panel Discussion

Join us for a gala luncheon celebration, pop-up art exhibit and lively panel discussion, “Is Art the Best Medicine to Empower Teens With Resilience?”
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Special Event! - Creative Outlets Youth Program Celebration, Luncheon and Panel Discussion

Time & Location

Sep 08, 2019, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA


Visit the Creative Outlets Webpage for a More Detailed Outline of Events HERE

Schedule of Events:

Part One - Noon to 2:00 pm

Gala Graduation Ceremony

Meet Our Teen Artist/Graduates, Their Families, and Our Entire Creative Outlets Staff

Exhibits, Music,Performances, Open Mic

Luncheon and Speakers

Catherine Madden for Project Here

Project Manager Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

Liz Silva, Senior Cadre Trainer, Botvin Life Skills

Part Two - 2:00 to 4:00 pm

“Is Art the Best Medicine for Empowering Teens With Resilience?”

Panel and Seminar, Moderator Sharon Leder

With Keynote Speaker/Artists Lynn Stanley and Tracey Anderson

Keynote Speaker/Artists

Lynn Stanley has served the creative non-profit sector for over 20 years, most recently as Curator of Education at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM). Stanley has developed award-winning programs for underserved children and teens, and professional development opportunities for K-12 educators and administrators. Program content includes the application of Visual Thinking Strategies, a curriculum that utilizes art to foster critical thinking skills; life skills and leadership development. She believes in the transformative power of education and art-making magic.

​ Tracey Anderson graduated with a degree in Drawing & Painting, Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland, and completed Post Graduate Studies at The Royal College of Art, London. From 2008-2017, she was the lead teacher in PAAM’s Art Reach program, and is currently Creative Technology Specialist for Provincetown International Baccalaureate Schools. Anderson is one of 5 artists featured in the 2004 Emerging Artists exhibition at PAAM, and in group and solo exhibitions in the UK, New York, and Provincetown. She has taught classes in traditional and digital media for children and adults at PAAM’s Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Museum School and the Lenore Ross Curating Program; Castle Hill Center for the Arts Truro, MA

Panelists: Dr. Ann Caretti, Director Student Services, Nauset Regional Schools; Catherine Madden (Attorney General’s Office), Liz Silva (Botvin LifeSkills); Stephanie Briody, Co-Founder Behavioral Health Innovators, Inc. and Alternate Peer Groups/Duffy Health Center; Livia Davis, Chief Learning Officer C4 Innovations, Project Lead for SAMSHA Consortium supporting states to address opioid use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery, Co-founder Duffy Health Center (Health Care for the Homeless) in Massachusetts; Creative Outlets Graduates

​ Please Purchase Tickets by September 3, 2019

$75/person Entire Afternoon (Part One & Two)

$15/person Part Two

​ For more information contact program founder:

Sharon Leder,


  • Celebration & Panel Discussion
  • Panel Discussion 2 pm - 4 pm