Join the Indiana Arts Commission to learn more about the creative aging program

INDIANAPOLIS – In the next ten years, one in five Indiana citizens will be 65 and older.

In order to address the creative needs of this growing segment of our population, and help grow the portfolio career of artists in Indiana, the Indiana Arts Commission is starting a new initiative, Lifelong Arts Indiana, geared towards developing our creative workforce in service to our older Hoosiers.

The Indiana Arts Commission, Traditional Arts Indiana, and additional community partners are excited to invite artists to a series of virtual community meetings to learn about creative aging, upcoming training, and future funding opportunities.

In addition to the learning sessions for artists, there will be a community meeting for arts organizations and arts administrators to learn more about the program. 

This initiative is made possible by a grant provided by the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies in partnership with Aroha Philanthropies.

RSVP for a Learning Session Here.