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A new study finds that aging artists offer a model for society, especially as the workforce changes to accommodate multiple careers and baby boomers entering the retirement generation.
We're always hearing about funding for youth arts schemes, but what about making the arts accessible to older people? A scheme in the East Midlands is doing just that.
How does a visual artist age and still remain active? What are the distinct disadvantages to being an older artist, and what are some of the behavioral patterns that might lead to such disadvantages? A group of graduate students at Carnegie Mellon University has recently taken on these questions in a report that outlines the needs of aging visual artists and recommends several changes that may help older artists with specific challenges they’re likely to face.
Members of the art investment world have produced a scheme intended to assure artists some long-term financial stability while making money for investors.
A new for-profit company has formed in New York that will create a first-of-its-kind pension fund for artists.