Professional Development Opportunity to Organizations on Creative Aging and working with older adult
- November 18, 2021
Professional Development Opportunity to Organizations on Creative Aging and working with older adults
The Maine Arts Commission has received funding from the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies for our Creative Aging program. As a result, we’ll be offering as many as ten $2,500 grants in our funding cycle for the spring of 2022.
In preparation for that funding opportunity, we’re offering a pair of training sessions to help update skills. The sessions will also provide some insight into how other programs around the country are succeeding with Creative Aging work and working to create lasting partnerships between teaching artists and organizations during the pandemic and after it’s over.
For organizations, Lifetime Arts will be offering a six hour training – three two-hour sessions – to be held on December 6th, 7th and 8th from 9 – 11 a.m. via zoom. The zoom workshop sessions will feature the core curriculum of Lifetime Arts’ program and participation is limited to 25 participants. Anyone who RSVPs and participates will be eligible to receive a $300 stipend. Registration will be first come, first served.
If you would like to join in the workshop, here’s the registration link: https://forms.gle/smLC43q3rn5kpg186
Here’s a link to learn more about the sessions and Lifetime Arts: https://www.lifetimearts.org/blog/2021/05/04/maine/
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