Seeding Vitality Arts U.S.

 

IN THE PRESS

 

One of the goals of the Seeding Vitality Arts initiative is to build the artful aging movement nationally. We are doing this in part by supporting our grantees in getting the word out about their artful aging programs. We are proud of the interest the press has already shown in their work.

May 22, 2017
Art Your Age

May 5, 2017
Photographing Nature Open For Registration At Littleton Area Senior Center

April 15, 2017
Grafton County Seniors Pen Poems in New Arts Education Program

March 10, 2017
‘Create at the Carle!’

February 19, 2017
‘Eight to 80’ But Not Anyone Can Do it: Cranston Art Student Perform in ‘A Story Showcase’ on Feb. 22

February 3, 2017
School One Takes an Intergenerational Approach to Storytelling

January 16, 2017
‘The Carle’ to Offer Adult Art Classes

November 8, 2016
Senior Citizen Council Highlighted as Part of National “Seeding Artful Aging” Initiative

October 3, 2016
Newark Museum Program will Extend Arts Education to Elder Newark and Essex County Residents

September 8, 2016
The Carle Awarded Competitive Seeding Artful Aging Grant to Catalyze the Growing National Artful Aging Movement

September 7, 2016
Lifetime Arts Tapped to Provide Support Services for Aroha Philanthropies National ‘Seeding Artful Aging’ Initiative

September 4, 2016
In Business – Paramount Center for the Arts

September 1, 2016
Ann Arbor area business briefs: ISCIENCES, L.L.C and The University Musical Society

August 27, 2016
Happenings at area libraries

August 18, 2016
Seeding Artful Aging: Integrace Fairhaven Awarded Competitive Seeding Artful Aging Grant to Catalyze the Growing national Artful Aging Movement

August 18, 2016
Aroha Philanthropies Announces Inaugural Seeding Artful Aging Grant Cohort

August 18, 2016
As Philanthropy Grapples with an Aging Nation, Where do the Arts Fit In?

August 17, 2016
Seeding Artful Aging

July 6, 2016
The Artful Aging Movement Takes Hold

May 10, 2016
Aroha Philanthropies Issues RFP for Artful Aging Grants

Inaugural Cohort

Chosen from a highly competitive field of more than 200 applicants, these 15 organizations form the first cohort of grantees to partner with Aroha Philanthropies to support the development and expansion of artful aging programs.

We believe that the Seeding Vitality Arts initiative will demonstrate the potential impact of such programs for older adults, arts organizations, senior service providers, senior residential communities, and diverse groups everywhere.

Meet our grantees…