In this article (featured on pgs. 26-27 in Wyoming Arts Council’s Spring 2021 Issue of Artscapes), two Wyoming teaching artists are interviewed about the Lifetime Arts’ training that they attended in March, as part of the Creative Aging in Wyoming Public Libraries Initiative. They share their backgrounds in creative aging work, their experience during the training, and one takeaway from the training that really resonated with them.
ALC’s Mission Statement:
Americans for Libraries Council (ALC) is a national nonprofit that advocates for libraries at the national level, and develops and promotes programs aimed at realizing the potential of libraries in the 21st century.
From the website:
The Urban Libraries Council has spent 50 years enriching communities by strengthening and promoting the value of libraries as essential public assets.
ULC provides a forum for library leaders to share best practices and innovative ideas that inspire programs that support 21st-century learning, a strong economy and an active democracy. ULC programs are recognized for creating new frameworks that invigorate public libraries and their communities.
From the Arts Council of Ireland website:
The Arts Council of Ireland is the Irish government agency for developing the arts. We work in partnership with artists, arts organisations, public policy makers and others to build a central place for the arts in Irish life.