Using “A Village Vision: Watercolor Painting from Experience,” a Lifetime Arts creative aging program held at the Jefferson Market Library in NYC as an example, we have created a packet of “real life” documents designed to indicate what information librarians need to compile when planning a program and what some of the business processes are in implementing one. This resource offers real and hypothetical examples of documents related to the conception, implementation, management, completion and evaluation of a successful creative aging program in a public library.
- Creative Aging Program Planning Checklist (PDF)
- Art Forms List (PDF)
- Patron Survey (PDF)
- Facility Survey (PDF)
- Teaching Artist Interview Script (PDF)
- Sample Budget (PDF)