Brooklyn Digital Grantees 2022

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Welcome

We are excited to work with you as you plan, implement, evaluate, and sustain high-quality creative aging programming in Brooklyn Public Libraries as part of Brooklyn Digital: Connecting through Creative Aging.

Nathan Majoros
Deputy Director
David Woehr
Program Manager

Need to contact us?

Please email us at: support@lifetimearts.org

Project Timeline

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Important DatesTask
3/12/2022-4/15/2022Conduct Community Assessments
Survey and review both the resources and interests in your community, in terms of participant interests, potential partners.
Schedule Lifetime Arts Office Hours
30-minute coaching sessions with the Lifetime Arts Programming team. Discuss your findings, and troubleshoot your program vision. Please Note: Only schedule your coaching session after completion of community assessments.
4/18/2022-6/30/2022Program Implementation
3/12/2022 – 4/29/2022Program Plans Review
Via the online form, submit the details of your program including the schedule and a curriculum outline (template provided here). Lifetime Arts staff will provide feedback and recommendations in a timely manner, in order to facilitate the most successful program possible.

Deadlines for submitting curricula and budgets are dependent on program start date (see timeline), and we request plans are submitted at least three weeks before the anticipated start of class.
6/30/2022 All programmatic activity must be complete
7/29/2022 All evaluations are due

Program Information

Below are a variety of resources to assist you in the programming process, divided up into stages. Each topic contains materials like links and downloadable forms, along with a detailed description of how to use them.