Diantha Dow Schull is Principal and Founder of DDSchull Associates LLC, providing advisory and training services for museums, libraries, foundations and nonprofits. She is also a cultural organization program specialist and has led the development of major national creative aging programs for public libraries in collaboration with Lifetime Arts. She has written articles and books for museum and library professionals, including, “Boomers and Beyond: Reconsidering the Roles of Libraries,” with Pauline Rothstein, PhD.
Lifetime Arts contracted Diantha to curate the core set of media and research resources for this website. Previously, Diantha worked with us to write and develop resources for The Creative Aging Toolkit for Public Libraries, and has worked on numerous other critical business development projects for Lifetime Arts.
- 50+ Library Services: Innovation in Action
- Are We Ready for the 100 Year Life?
- Boomers and Beyond: Reconsidering the Roles of Libraries
- Creative Aging Programming for Older LGBTQIA+ Adults: Opportunities for Cultural Institutions
- Innovative, Modern, and Responsive Intergenerational Programming Enhances Creative Aging Strategies
- Participatory Arts Programming for Older Adults in Museums: Trends in Europe, the UK, and Canada
- The Benefits of Creative Aging Programming in the Theatre Arts
- Visibility, Creativity and Community: Theatre Arts Programming Offers a New Pathway for Older Adults
- What Does the New Research Say?