Local Announcements & Opportunities
Current and Ongoing
Local artist reaches out to Alzheimer's community
PotentiALZ is an unique program designed specifically for those with memory impairments. It is based on the Museum of Modern Art's "Meet me at MoMA" program; making art accessible to those with dementia.
Global Alliance for Arts & Health Student Scholarship!
The Global Alliance’s $1,000 Student Scholarship is being offered again this year, with generous support from Tina Lassiter. Applications are being accepted until October 31st, and we accept applications from all students no matter their location. The only requirement is that applicants have to be Global Alliance student members ($45/yr).
For more information Click Here.
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NYU Langone Medical Center Seeks Art for Exhibit
THE MEDICAL SCIENCE BUILDING GALLERY, home to a rotating exhibition program at the NYU Langone Medical Center in New York, showcases medically themed contemporary art within the unique context of the Medical Center. MORE>
The Creative Center Receives NEA Grant to Train Artists in Creative Aging
The Creative Center: Arts in Healthcare has been recommended for an NEA grant to support training for artists to bring evidence-based arts programming to older adults and to host a "best practice" symposium.
Jeffrey Levine, MD: Recent Photography, Articles, and more Click Here
Making Art Accessible to People with Dementia: New Website from MoMA
All content from the recently published Meet Me: Making Art Accessible to People with Dementia, a comprehensive resource for creating art programs for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers, is available on this easy-to-use website.