Memories in the Making

Memories in the Making (MiM) is a unique fine arts program for people with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias that offers a creative and non-verbal way of communicating and capturing precious moments through art.

Annual Exhibition & Sale

Each year the Alzheimer’s Los Angeles hosts a gallery exhibition and sale of the amazing artwork created by MiM artists. It provides an opportunity for families to enjoy the art and raises funds for local programs and services.

We Love PDA (Public Displays of Art)!

Start a conversation about Alzheimer’s and creativity in your community by displaying artwork from the Memories in the Making program in your restaurant, cafe, or gallery. If your establishment is interested in housing a few pieces, please contact Anne Oh, (323) 930-6271.

Disney Family Foundation

Our Memories in the Making program is made possible thanks to the generosity of Susan Disney Lord, Abigail Disney, Tim Disney, and Roy P. Disney in honor of their mother, Patricia Disney.


  • stimulates the brain
  • enhances connections with families and caregivers
  • preserves distant memories or captures the “spirit of the moment”
  • opens communication about self-perceptions and the world
  • validates and focuses on what remains rather than what’s lost

Find an MiM Class in Your Community

To find a MiM class in your community contact Anne Oh, (323) 930-6271

Become an MiM Volunteer Facilitator

We offer training for a fee to dedicated individuals who want to facilitate a MiM program. The training process includes education on dementia basics. For more information contact Terry Garay

Become an MiM Site

Offering the MiM program at your site is easy, cost effective, an excellent marketing tool, yet most importantly a valuable program loved by persons with dementia, family, and staff. For more information on becoming a contracted MiM site contact Anne Oh, (323) 930-6271.

Purchasing MiM Memorabilia

Notecards featuring artwork from Memories in the Making participants are available. Contact Anne Oh, (323) 930-6271 for more information.