New Art Horizons provides expert and personalized consulting services for the design and delivery of creative arts programming in a variety of settings, including healthcare, educational, and community-based organizations. With a specialization in aging, and over 25 years of experience innovating and developing programs, our expertise includes: creating meaningful partnerships among stakeholders, relationship management, securing talent, artist and staff training, teambuilding, implementation, evaluation, identifying revenue streams, sustainability, and scaling. We offer services to a full range of stakeholders including community-based organizations (CBO’s), healthcare institutions, corporations, foundations, academia and research.
Whether transforming the healthcare experience by integrating the arts into healthcare design, strengthening the learning experience through prescribed multidisciplinary arts projects that help meet California educational standards, or convening focus groups to assess human factors that enable graduate design students to design for accessibility, we provide a balance of visionary thinking, creative problem-solving and accountability. We also assist on the adoption of arts programming by corporations and businesses for the purposes of enhancing their business profile and to help provide a stimulating and creative environment for their employees. Our website, NewArtHorizons.com, serves as a free public resource enabling others to explore our interests through links to relevant articles, lectures, research and events by professionals in the field. New Art Horizons is led by Jeffrey Chapline, a pioneer in the field of Creative Aging.
Jeffrey Chapline is the founder of New Art Horizons, a Bay Area consultancy advising national, regional and local organizations that serve special communities. He has over 25 years of experience in program development establishing meaningful partnerships in the arts, aging services and education. Recent clients have included the University of California San Francisco’s Institute for Health and Aging, IDEO, San Francisco State University Department of Design, City College of San Francisco, and TELOS Art.
Mr. Chapline holds an MFA in Design from UCLA and a BFA from the University of Kansas. Awards include Best Practices in Program Innovation and Leadership by the National Endowment for the Arts Office of Accessibility, Excellence in Program Innovation by both the Archstone Foundation and a U.S. Committee of the United Nations, and a fellowship at Stanford Universities’ Graduate School of Business (GSB) in the GSB’s Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders in the Arts.
Mr. Chapline pioneered the first year-round, multigenerational visual and performing arts program in San Francisco. The Center for Elders and Youth in the Arts (CEYA) employed project based learning methods for youth and older adults in multiple art forms. CEYA provided professional instruction while also creating partnerships with over 33 geriatric service providers and 20 youth organizations over the 15 years of Jeff’s leadership. It expanded to five Bay Area counties.
Mr. Chapline was coauthor of the Creativity and Aging Study by Dr. Gene D. Cohen of the Center on Aging, Health, and the Humanities, and presented at the 1995 White House Conference on Aging’s Mini-Conference on Arts and Humanities.