The Senior Artists’ Research Project is looking for input from artists 60 years old and over from all disciplines. The research project is initiated by a steering committee of Canadian arts organizations that includes representation from actors, dancers, musicians, directors, visual artists and writers. The group is launching the first-ever assessment of the situation and needs of senior artists in Canada. Senior artists are invited to participate in an online survey and “town hall” discussions being held across the country about their needs and interests in areas such as artistic activity, health care, housing, retirement, financial issues, community connections and social networks. The research is being conducted by Hill Strategies Research. The information gathered will be used to improve current services and establish new services that best meet artists’ needs and interests. Up-to-date information on town hall meetings can be found at http://www.hillstrategies.com/resources_details.php?resUID=1000320 and surveys of the situation and needs of senior artists are available at http://www.seniorartists.ca/.