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Category Archives: News in the Arts
Tim Carpenter, Founder and Executive Director of EngAGE, will deliver the keynote to open the Summit on Friday, Oct. 7, at the LaSells Stewart Center in Corvallis, OR. In his keynote, Tim will focus on how artistic pursuits can make … Continue reading
The California Arts Council, a state agency, announced that it plans to award $54,000 to EngAGE as part of its Creative California Communities program. EngAGE is one of only forty-one grantees statewide for this program. The Creative California Communities program supports … Continue reading
EngAGE has long advocated the power of the arts in benefiting health, so we’re pleased to be included as a resource in today’s article by Alexis Collazo on Senior Planet. Check out the useful list of arts organizations, plus get some DIY … Continue reading
An informative new e-book is available from Next Avenue and Aroha Philanthropies entitled, Artful Aging: How Creativity Sparks Vitality and Transforms Lives. Download it free as a PDF at this link. We’re pleased that EngAGE is featured in Chapter One. … Continue reading
We’re pleased to be featured in “Using the Arts to Promote Healthy Aging,” an article by Jane E. Brody, who writes about health and aging for the New York Times.
EngAGE brings creative classes to senior apartment communities; Lifetime Arts takes another approach, bringing creative classes for seniors to public libraries. Read an informative article about them on Next Avenue: How Library Classes in the Arts Are Changing Aging. EngAGE Founder and … Continue reading
EngAGE Founder and Executive Director Tim Carpenter will be on a panel on 10/19 at this year’s Grantmakers in the Arts Conference in Los Angeles. The panel, Building Cash Reserves in Arts Organizations, was organized by James E. Herr, Program Officer, … Continue reading
EngAGE was site-visited on 9/23 at NoHo Senior Arts Colony by the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, Jane Chu. Jane is the top-ranking arts administrator in the country. She visited us as part of a tour of a handful … Continue reading
Next week EngAGE will be site-visited by the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, Jane Chu. Jane is the top-ranking arts administrator in the country. She will be visiting us as part of a tour of a handful … Continue reading