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Laurel Humble

Laurel Humble is Assistant Educator in the Department of Education at The Museum of Modern Art. She is currently responsible for the MoMA’s initiative to increase the participation of older adults in the Museum, called Prime Time. She is responsible for conducting comprehensive research on aging and the arts, overseeing partnerships with community-based organizations across New York City that serve older adults, and designing and delivering diverse onsite education programs for this audience. Prior to working on Prime Time Laurel managed The MoMA Alzheimer's Project. She is co-author of the award-winning publication Meet Me: Making Art Accessible to People with Dementia and continues to regularly teach MoMA's programs for individuals with dementia and their care partners at the Museum.