Lifetime Arts and Partners Offer Creative Aging Training for Artists

November 4, 2012 – Friday, November 9, 2012

The Creative Center at University Settlement

Presentations and workshops by national and local leaders in the field, including Lifetime Arts’ founder and CEO, Maura O’Malley, – combined with site visits to museums, galleries and “best practice” programs, will enable accepted trainees to raise the bar on arts engagement across the aging spectrum. For information:

Winter 2013

Community Word Project

Lifetime Arts & Elders Share the Arts Offer a Creative Aging Elective

Community-Word Project’s Teaching Artist Training and Internship Program (TATIP) helps professional artists develop the skills and experience they need to work hand-in-hand with classroom teachers.  For the first time ever – in partnership with Lifetime Arts, Inc. and Elders Share the Arts, Community-Word Project will host a two-day (10am-4pm) intensive training for selected artists who are interested in working with older adults in NYC.

For information:


One thought on “Lifetime Arts and Partners Offer Creative Aging Training for Artists

  1. I really enjoyed the linoleum block design workshop that was offered at the Ossining Public Library this past winter/spring. The instructor was very thorough, encouraging and supportive of all students. She did an excellent job teaching us how to do block design. Thank you.

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