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The Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) and the UCSF Memory and Aging Center are presenting a live screening and discussion of UnRavelled, a critically acclaimed new drama that explores the fascinating connection between modern-day painter Anne Adams and early 20th-century composer Maurice Ravel, both of whom experienced intense periods of virtuosic creativity while in the early stages of primary progressive aphasia, a form of frontotemporal dementia.

A screening of the 90-minute play will precede a live discussion featuring creators and producers of the play. UnRavelled is also available to watch for free anytime.

Panelists

  • Jake Broder, playwright, UnRavelled; Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health
  • Lucy Davenport, actor and star of UnRavelled
  • Bruce Miller, subject of UnRavelled; Co-director of GBHI, Director of UCSF Memory and Aging Center
  • Moderator: Emily Silverman, Creator & Host, The Nocturnists; Assistant Professor of Medicine, UCSF; 2020 Hellman Artist-in-Residence, UCSF Memory and Aging Center

COVID-19 Protocol

Due to room capacity and COVID restrictions, our staff will be managing the entrance, and we kindly ask for your patience for there may be a wait. We ask attendees to be mindful of everyone's well-being and encourage you to protect yourself and each other by masking and social distancing during our event. Please follow the UCSF COVID Policy for in-person events.

All event attendees must take the UCSF Health Digital Screener before coming onsite. Non-UCSF guests attending the event are required to take the Vendor/Campus Guest Screener. Masking indoors is strongly recommended.

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