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Antonia Perez, Teaching Artist

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In this interview with Lifetime Arts trainer and teaching artist, Antonia Perez, she talks about how an interaction she had with a group of children where she taught them how to paint a public mural …

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Bernie D’Ettorre, Teaching Artist

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In this interview, visual artist Bernie D’Ettorre talks about how she began teaching art classes to Alzheimer’s patients at area art galleries. This led to her teaching Creative Aging classes to senior groups at nursing …

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Boston Creative Aging Program Highlights

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Earlier this year, Mayor Martin J. Walsh along with the Age Strong Commission and the Office of Arts and Culture announced a partnership with Goddard House Community Initiatives and Lifetime Arts that has brought free …

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Building Bridges: Breaking Barriers Exhibit Addresses Issues of Ageism

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The Building Bridges: Breaking Barriers exhibition is a call for attention and an attempt to address the profound issue of ageism engrained in our society. The pandemic era has not only helped unmask, but negatively …

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Celia Caro, Teaching Artist

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In this interview with mixed-media artist, Celia Caro, she talks about how she got started as a teaching artist and how one of her colleagues at Pratt, Paul Ferrara, introduced her to the Creative Aging …

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Creative Aging: Watercolor Workshop with Karen Fitzgerald (Participant Artwork)

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This presentation deck showcases the culminating artwork from participants who attended the 7-week virtual course, “Creative Aging: Watercolor Workshop with Karen Fitzgerald,” offered by the Brooklyn Public Library – New Utrecht Branch and part of …

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Lifetime Arts Resource: Sample Teaching Artist Budget for a Watercolor Program

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This sample budget provides organizations with a general understanding of teaching artist fees, art supplies/equipment costs, and program expenses for a visual arts program.

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Linda Luisi, Teaching Artist

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In this interview, acrylic artist, Linda Luisi, talks about the how she began working as a teaching artist, which included giving lectures, demos, and presentations at various locations such as the Society of American Registered …

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My Library: Judy, Leo, and Noreen

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From the blog post: Since April 5th (2012), the Jefferson Market Library has been hosting a series of watercolor classes for twenty adults, all aged 55+. This course, led by teaching artist Josh Millis, is …

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Rumriver Art Center’s Vitality Arts Virtual Gallery Show

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The Spring 2021 Vitality Arts Virtual Gallery Show features participant art from Rumriver Art Center’s virtual creative aging classes in acrylic painting, watercolor, and hand-built pottery. These programs are part of the Seeding Vitality Arts …

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