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We serve and partner with many types of communities: adult day centers, community centers, senior centers, affordable housing centers, assisted living communities, nursing homes, museums, and cultural institutions.
Funding Partnership Opportunity: Arts for Seniors Program
Interested in developing high-quality, participatory arts programs for older adults? Contact us about the ARTS FOR SENIORS Program.
Are you available to fund teaching artists working with adults in a range of community settings including libraries, senior centers, arts organizations, and assisted- and independent-living centers? Teaching artists MUST be chosen from the Zola Monroe Art Group's team Multi- Disciplinary Art Teaching Artist Roster.
Successful programs will:
Engage older adults in meaningful, creative activity and sequential learning
Incorporate creative aging principles of social engagement and mastery
Recognize the contributions of older community members.
Interested in being apart of the roster?
Zola Monroe Art Group periodically offers a two-hour intensive training to teaching artists wishing to apply for the ART FOR SENIORS Teaching Artist Roster. This training is mandatory for applying to the ART FOR SENIORS Teaching Artist Roster, a prerequisite for applying to the ZMAG's art programs.
To get on the list to learn more about the program, please complete this short form.
How to Apply:
Upon completion of the mandatory training you may apply through the ZMAG's Teaching Artist Application Form.
Successful applicants will demonstrate:
Mastery of an artistic discipline
Experience in sequential arts instruction
Familiarity with the field of Creative Aging.
Good communication skills
Planning and organizational ability
Patience, resourcefulness and compassion