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Since opening our doors last April, GenSpace has welcomed hundreds of older adults to join our state-of-the-art community center to enjoy our classes, events, and partnerships. 
GenSpace is proud to welcome new volunteers to provide support and assistance to our members. 
Wallis Annenberg GenSpace hosted Aging 360, a workshop in partnership with Susanne Stadler, Co-Founder of At Home With Growing Older.
GenSpace is partnering with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) for a three-part series including collage, fabric-dyeing, and sketching.
Wallis Annenberg GenSpace is thrilled to announce six new occupational therapy interns. The new interns are part of our continued partnership with the University of Southern California Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy.
Studies show that as of July 2022, food insecurity in Los Angeles County affected a quarter of the population – a 10% increase from the prior year. And while the United States Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as “a lack of consistent access to sufficient food,” the reality is much more complex.
GenSpace went country for its winter dance! Members donned their best country attire to cut a rug at the Holiday Hoedown. 
GenSpace was happy to celebrate its members and volunteers last month with a bingo and magic Night! Members and staff wore their favorite costumes and were treated to a couple of rounds of bingo, a magic show and other activities, in this special celebration.
GenSpace has started our first-ever music program – the long-awaited GenSpace Voices choir program with instructor Kristie Toomath! 
GenSpace recently took part in the 49th annual LA Korean Festival, hosting a community booth and dance and fitness classes, all while having fun with the community. The three-day festival attracted thousands of people
GenSpace sits down with one of its most popular instructors, Jason Anthony
GenSpace is proud to be a space that brings a diverse group of people together to enjoy our classes and to meet others. 
There was great turnout for our summer rooftop concert with ABC+ Ensemble, part of LACMA’s Classical Around Town series.
We were lucky enough to have TikTok sensations The Old Gays appear in our Digital Bridges panel to discuss the connection they’ve built with younger generations.
In its first week open for in-person programming, Wallis Annenberg GenSpace has been featured in several local news outlets.
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