You Are Looking at a Happy Man: Older Adults Thrive in Creative Aging Programs

“You are looking at a happy man!
I am in a good mood, I’m not depressed, I am looking forward to life in general because of this experience.”

— Matthew Carlino, Brooklyn, NY

Creative aging programs use the arts to improve the quality of life for older adults.

In the video below, Mr. Carlino and his friends from the Bay Ridge Library in Brooklyn, NY talk about how participating in our free, fine arts workshops is fun, social, and makes them feel good about life:

Give What You Can, But Please Do Give.

Since 2008, we have engaged thousands of older adults in our programs, connected them to the arts and each other, and sparked new ways of thinking and living.

This game-changing work is redefining what it means to grow older in America.
Please support us as we expand our offerings from 4 to 12 states in 2014.

Make a Gift Today.

To donate by check:

Please make checks payable to Lifetime Arts, Inc. and mail to:

Lifetime Arts, Inc.
81 Centre Avenue, Suite 307
New Rochelle, NY 10801

To donate online:

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THANK YOU and best wishes from Lifetime Arts for a happy, healthy holiday season.

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