Kered Whitcraft, medically retired years ago due to lifelong and worsening visual impairment, refused to concede to the doctors' repeated conclusions that he would be blind by now,. Instead, Kered has boldly pushed forward in life. This is seen in his Bay Area heirloom garden and his passionate work with splotch and tactile visual art. Recently he had a piece on display at the San Francisco City Hall. Join us for this lively, and spirit-lifting conversation with Kered.
Art With Elders has been instrumental in supporting Kered's creative path. Here's a nice article sharing more of Kered's and Art With Elders good work: https://localnewsmatters.org/2023/03/30/seniors-artwork-lights-up-their-lives-and-sfs-city-hall/
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