Using the arts to create more connected communities as we age


Research/Arts Partners

Milwaukee County Dept. on Aging

Their Aging Resource Center has a phone hotline. Have a question on aging resources in the Greater Milwaukee area? They will direct you to answers. Local: 414 - 289-6874 Toll free: 866 - 229-9695

Interfaith Older Adult Programs

Linking older adults with a caring community. Volunteer today and take part in a truly rewarding experience.

Stowell Associates

Integrating creative engagement into their care managed home-care services.

Sojourn Theatre

Specialists in performance as civic practice

UWM PSOA Dept. of Theatre

Learn how the BA in Theatre is shaping community-engaged artists.

Goodwill Industries of SEWI

Goodwill coordinates the Home Delivered Meal system in Milwaukee Co. as well as multiple meal sites.

Dissemination Partners

WUWM's Lake Effect

Airing the responses to the Questions of the Day in weekly segments

Doors Open Milwaukee

Coordinating their annual open house event with our culminating performance and exhibit at City Hall September 20/21st!

Southshore CCC

SouthShore's Connecting Caring Community network is working with us on the Crossings - street performances designed to encourage Milwaukee drivers to stop at marked cross-walks and bring elders back to the public realm of the street.

Riverwest Elders

Disseminating Questions of the Day and working with us on a Crossing performance in Riverwest.


Helen Bader Foundation

MAP Fund

The MAP Fund is primarily funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Additional support comes from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

The Princess Grace Foundation

Co-Lead Artist Maureen Towey is a Princess Grace Fellow.

UWM Department of Theatre

NEA Art Works

Greater Milwaukee Foundation


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