top of page

- CLOSED - Call to Artist-Educators: Creative Aging and Belonging Program

Updated: May 1




The London Arts Council (LAC) invites artist-educators residing in London, Ontario, surrounding First Nations (the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, the Oneida Nation of the Thames, and the Munsee-Delaware Nation) to apply for a paid opportunity to participate in LAC’s community-focused arts program:

 

Creative Aging and Belonging – Arts for Seniors and Intergenerational Participants 


The selected Artist-Educators will create and deliver senior focused intergenerational creative workshops.


Application submissions are now closed.

 


Program Overview:


Creative Aging and Belonging – Arts for Seniors and Intergenerational Participants is a community-based arts program that promotes mental health, physical wellness and intergenerational connectivity between older adults and families, children, youth and adults.


Each selected Artist-Educator will develop a creative workshop and deliver at five (5) different locations of the London Public Libraries from May 1, 2024 - February 15, 2025.

 

  • Artist-Educators will be paid $450 for workshop development, orientation and training, material preparation, police check/vulnerable sector check, knowledge sharing, and mentorship.

  • Artist-Educators will be paid $600 to set up, deliver, and clean up their 1.5-hour workshop 5 times, each at a different location of the London Public Libraries.

  • Pre-approved art supply costs and instrument rental costs will be reimbursed by the LAC.

  • Interested applicants must be comfortable working with older adults, families, children, youth, and adults.   

 

 Please click below to read the application package for more information:

Creative Aging and Belonging Application Package
.docx
Download DOCX • 189KB

This progam is supported by Employment and Social Development Canada. Online Submission

Artist-educators wishing to be considered MUST read the application package prior to filling out the online application form and complete all application requirements. Please complete all required fields of the online application form and submit the required application documents.

 

Incomplete and/or late applications will not be accepted. Applications submitted through other means, such as fax, mail, and email will not be accepted. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure the application is submitted by the deadline - Monday, April 29, 2024 at 4:00 pm. 




For any questions regarding this project, including requests for support due to accessibility barriers, please email: info@londonarts.ca 

For any Call to Artists updates please check the website at www.londonarts.ca



 

 

Commenti


bottom of page