Fern + Mitch Handmade – Marble Earrings

Janani of Fern + Mitch Handmade shows how to make marble polymer clay earrings. You will need polymer clay, pigment/eyeshadow, liquid clay, a roller, a blade, pasta machine, cookie cutters, a sander, jump rings, sculpey gloss glaze, earring posts, and super glue. Some of these steps and tools can be omitted, like a sander and glaze, but the final product will look less finished.

Kendle Meacham – Knitted Socks

Kendle shows you how to use a knitting machine to make knitted socks. You’ll need the cast on comb, purple and red yarn, waste yarn, a latch hook tool, scissors, clothespins, a needle pusher, an intarsia carriage, and weights. These socks are super cute and stylish.

Kerry Paige Designs – Clay Daisies

Kerry Paige shows you hot to make her confetti daisy polymer clay design. This design can be used in earrings, bracelets, charms, and more. You’ll need sculpey polymer clay in white, black, yellow, and other colors of your choice, a sharp blade, and a clay roller.


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Indie Theater Fund Rapid Relief GRANTS due to Covid19

Rapid relief grants of up to $500 will be awarded to support our community, prioritizing the consortium of companies, venues, and individuals working in NYC independent theater (Off-Off-Broadway in theater houses of 99 seats or less), operating with budgets under $250,000. Applications from artists of color, LGBTQIA+, disabled and immigrant/undocumented artists will be prioritized. We will award grants on an on-going basis until our funds run out. Grants can be requested via a simple online application (LINK HERE: . We will do our best to turn review and processing of these applications around quickly. Grantees will be asked to give a short report about the use of funds.


The Indie Theater Fund Assistance Program is intended to provide emergency or urgent assistance to those who have an acute need arising from an unforeseen and unavoidable situation which results in an additional hardship that will materially prevent or impede their Independent Theater production. Most often this will be the result of an act of god, illness, injury, accident or a crime for which there is little or no other assistance immediately available. We also provide Urgency Assistance to companies that are presented with an urgent opportunity that would significantly impact a production or the company and that they can not otherwise accept without funding support.

The Safety Net Fund

The Safety Net Fund is a non-profit designed to help support artists in the Bay Area during the COVID-19 crisis. As the world around us descends into bedlam, we turn towards each other to find hope, support, and community. We prioritize artists that typically make their living offline at events & retail establishments that have been cancelled or closed due to coronavirus. This includes performing artists, musicians, visual artists, event producers, and other types of creators. This fund will offer grants to artists, with no expectation of repayment, to help provide direct monetary support through this crisis. This money is offered with the intent of helping artists survive and continue to create despite the maelstrom. The maximum grant is $500 per person per month, and the number of grants per month is dependent upon the funds raised.

Spokane Artists & Creatives Fund

This fund is for individual artists only that live in the Spokane, Washington area only, not organizations or nonprofits, or individuals in other areas