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Bill Wertheim, Teaching Artist

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In this interview with poet and artist, Bill Wertheim, he talks about how he got started as a teaching artist, and how he later met Ed Friedman and Maura O’Malley at the Town of Pelham …

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Creative Aging Experts Address Ageism at Grantmakers in the Arts Conference

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In October 2019, the National Guild for Community Arts Education presented the professional development workshop, “Age Equity: The Impact of Ageism on Arts Funding and Programs,” at the 2019 Grantmakers in the Arts Conference: Cultural …

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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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Metlife Foundation Creative Aging Program Expands

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From the article: “A program aimed at engaging older Americans with the arts in public libraries that began in New York has now rolled out to 18 public libraries in Boston, Dallas and Miami, thanks …

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Metlife Foundation Gives Major Grant to Arts Learning

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Lifetime Arts, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has received a $125,000 grant from MetLife Foundation to pilot an arts education program in three library systems nationwide. The MetLife Foundation Creative Aging Libraries Project will expand …

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NASAA Leadership Institute Features Creative Aging Experts

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In September 2019, Aroha Philanthropies and Lifetime Arts presented, “Collaborations in Creative Aging,” at National Assembly of State Arts Agencies’ 2019 Leadership Institute, hosted by Rhode Island State Council on the Arts in Providence, RI. …

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