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Arts programs are essential in a community to help older adults get involved and remain an important part of their communities. Community based arts programming helps older people as the keepers of culture remain dynamic members of society and provides younger generations with positive role models encouraging a strong sense of meaning and purpose in healthy living in vital communities. In this section you will find all the information on our website including news, events, stories, research and more pertaining to community arts programming.

Please join us on Thursday, May 17th at the University Club of Washington, DC, at 2:00 p.m.

On Thursday, May 17th at the University Club of Washington, DC, at 2:00 p.m.

This free Encore Chorale concert will take place at Anne Arundel Community College and repertoire includes Spirituals, Civil War Music  and a Gilbert and Sullivan Victorian Bo

This free Encore Chorale concert will take place at Washington-Lee High School and the repertoire includes Spirituals, Civil War Music  and a Gilbert and Sullivan Victorian Bo

This free Encore Chorale event will take place at the Smithsonian American Indian Museum Rasmuson Theatre and the repertoire will include Spirituals, Civil War Music  and a Gi

Apply for a $5,000 grant to begin or expand an arts and aging program in your community

The Forum, Best Practices for Integrating Humanities and the Arts in Healthcare of the Older Adult, was developed as a special project of the Washington DC Area Geriatric Education Center Consortium (WAGECC) and the National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA) to showcase best prac

With the generous support of the MetLife Foundation, the Grantmakers Partnership Projects will create an infrastructure for resource development through partnerships with public and private funding agencies, focusing on grantmakers affinity groups, government, private sector, and national servic

Presenters highlighted their programs discussing how civic engagement is important to building vibrant communities that promote social justice with opportunities for fulfilling one's potential at all ages.  

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