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Creative Aging Continues in Northern Wisconsin Libraries

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In April 2019, in continuation of a statewide training being conducted by Lifetime Arts, Education Director, Annie Montgomery, and teaching artist, Julie Kline, traveled to northern Wisconsin to deliver two full-day professional development workshops on Creative …

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Julie Kline, Teaching Artist

Article and Blog Post

In this interview, Lifetime Arts’ Education Associate and theater artist, Julie Kline, who began her creative work with younger children, talks about how her experience with working with an intergenerational theater company, Roots & Branches …

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Lifetime Arts Featured in Inaugural Creative Aging Track at National Guild Conference

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To meet the growing demand for Creative Aging programming across the U.S., for the first time ever, the National Guild for Community Arts Education introduced a Creative Aging Track at their 82nd national conference held recently in …

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Social Distancing Doesn’t Need to Equal Social Isolation for Older Adults

via American Alliance of Museums (AAM)   |   Article and Blog Post

In this article, written by Lifetime Arts’ Deputy Director, Shannon McDonough, and published by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), Lifetime Arts presents free resources we are offering in an effort to assist in the …

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