Life After Work
At a time in life when there may be fewer responsibilities and more time and resources available to enter into creative, life-enhancing projects, you may wonder how best to make use of this opportunity.
- What is yet to be expressed through your living?
- Who are you now?
- What ideas do you want to put into play?
Art of Retirement offers seminars, presentations, retreats, online and private consultations, as well as assistance on special projects that may include:
- Writing autobiography
- Audio and visual recordings
- Designing commemorative rituals
- Organizing family retreats
- Creating books and art pieces
- Designing journeys of remembrance that may involve local, national, and international itineraries
Art of Retirement works with a team of specialists who have expertise in ethnography, legacy work, web design, film-making, editing, art installations, and special events planning.
Kendall Dudley, MA, is a frequent speaker at national conferences, runs life design programs for academic, corporate, and nonprofit clients, and maintains an active private practice. Also an artist, he was awarded a Massachusetts Cultural Council grant for his public art and social justice projects for 2010. He has a BS from the Wharton School and an MA from Columbia University.
Art of Retirement opens your memory and imagination to discover the creative "works" you are yet to do in life.
Whatever the shape of those works, whether they involve essential travel, study, conversations, writing, interviewing, healing, or founding, Art of Retirement provides frameworks for guiding you and others through a satisfying life design process.
Kendall Dudley, M.A.
50 Grafton Street
Arlington, Massachusetts, USA 02474