An Intimate Conversation with Artist Susanne Dotson: “Can You Tell Me Who I Am.”

The Final Roses by Susanne Dotson

Join Illinois Women Conquer ALZ on Wednesday, May 26th at 5:00 PM CST for an incredible event with artist Susanne Dotson. Hear Susanne’s personal story of her mother’s journey with dementia as shown through her artwork. Victoria Raymont, the Chair of the Illinois Chapter Board of Directors, will be in conversation with Susanne during the event. Proceeds from select artwork sales will go towards supporting the Alzheimer’s Association.

Susanne’s mother, Harriet Keller Wise, was an artist. Susanne grew up with a 48 box of crayons and unlined paper always around the house. She always loved making art, and would later pursue it as a career. Susanne spent ten years working towards an undergraduate BFA degree, worked 40 years in the business sector, and attended Columbus College of Art & Design to earn her MFA after retiring. Her mother loved to critique and engage in art conversation with Susanne. Her mother was proud of Susanne’s path to earn her degrees.

Join us to learn about Susanne’s mother’s journey with dementia, and how art provided the perfect medium to share her story.

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