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Past grant programs have focused on key initiative areas of creative aging and partnerships with public schools.
Due to a change in its mission, the MetLife Foundation will no longer support the Partners in Arts Education Grant Program. The last grants were awarded in September 2013. The Partners in Arts Education Program, initiated in 2005, aimed to enhance arts learning in K-12 public schools by supporting partnerships between Guild members and public schools.
While the National Guild is unable to continue to fund arts-in-education partnerships at this time, we are exploring how best to continue our support of this important work.
Available free online:
More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Collaboration & Sustainability in Arts Education
Partners in Excellence: A Guide to Community School of the Arts/Public School Partnerships
Profiles in Excellence: Case Studies of Exemplary Arts Education Partnerships
Video: More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Collaboration & Sustainability in Arts Education (Conference Session led by Gigi Antoni and Thomas Wolf)
Due to a change in its mission, the MetLife Foundation will no longer support the Creative Aging Program. The last grants were awarded in early 2013. The National Guild for Community Arts Education launched the MetLife Foundation Creative Aging Program in 2009 in response to a major demographic shift underway in the United States—the number of adults age 65 and above will double by 2050—and recent research demonstrating that sustained participation in professionally-led arts programs can promote health and prevent disease in older adults.
CAP’s goals were to:
While the National Guild is unable to continue to fund creative aging programs at this time, we are exploring how best to continue our support of this important work going forward.
Learn more about the National Guild's Creative Aging Initiative.
Available free online: Creativity Matters: The Arts and Aging Toolkit
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