LGBTQIA+ Programming for Older Adults Featured on AAM Blog

The National Guild for Community Arts Education, in partnership with Aroha Philanthropies and Lifetime Arts, announced that 14 nonprofit community arts education organizations from 9 states have been selected to receive Catalyzing Creative Aging seed grants. Ranging between $2,000 and $7,000, these grants will support new and expanded creative aging programming, both in person and virtual, for adults ages 55+ in their communities. Learn more by clicking here.

The Guild is also hosting a three-part webinar series addressing social isolation and creating resilient, artful communities of care for older adults through creative aging programming. The series takes place on three consecutive Thursdays—April 15, April 22, and April 29—from 4:30–6:30pm ET. Learn more by clicking here.