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TC Study Finds NYC Suits Older Artists

In documenting the survival skills and social supports of older artists in NYC's five boroughs, a new TC study, "Above Ground," found that artists, aged 62-97, aged remarkably well since they tended to stay active and plugged into networks of friends and colleagues. The study can be viewed at www.tc.edu/rcac.
In documenting the survival skills and social supports of older artists in NYC's five boroughs, a new TC study, "Above Ground," found that artists, aged 62-97, aged remarkably well since they tended to stay active and plugged into networks of friends and colleagues. The study can be viewed at www.tc.edu/rcac. 

Published Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009

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TC Study Finds NYC Suits Older Artists

In documenting the survival skills and social supports of older artists in NYC's five boroughs, a new TC study, "Above Ground," found that artists, aged 62-97, aged remarkably well since they tended to stay active and plugged into networks of friends and colleagues. The study can be viewed at www.tc.edu/rcac. 
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