Artist Relief Project COVID-19

Anyone pursuing the arts as a career (any discipline) whose income has been impacted by event and venue closures is eligible to apply for COVID emergency relief from the Artist Relief Project

Artist Relief Fund

Artists in the gig economy are taking a hit. Right now, many of the ways that artists make their money—concerts, art fairs, readings—are getting canceled. Crosshatch has developed an artist relief fund to help cover expenses for artists in the 5-county area who have seen their income impacted by coronavirus.

Artist + Activist Relief Fund

This fund, created by The Soze Foundation, TaskForce and Invisible Hand, supports artists + activists whose work has been impacted by COVID-19.

Actor’s Fund

To help our community during this public health crisis The Actors Fund has partnered with other entertainment industry organizations to provide emergency financial assistance to those in immediate financial need. Funds are available to union and non-union workers in entertainment and the performing arts. Remember, you may be eligible for more than one fund

Public Art Learning Fund

The Public Art Learning Fund provides grants of $500 to $2,000 to support professional development opportunities for New England artists to strengthen their public art practices. Through the Public Art Learning Fund, NEFA intends to foster the continued development of more equitable, inclusive, and vibrant public spaces and public life throughout New England.


Purupose:uplift artist ideas and projects that bring art to the public

Maine Artist Relief Fund

The Maine Artist Relief Fund will award grants of $500 to individual artists who live in Maine and whose creative practices and incomes are being adversely impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). With events of all types being cancelled to reduce the spread of COVID-19, people who make income partially or fully through artist gigs, exhibits, events and freelance work are losing critical opportunities to support their well-being in our state.

2020 Grant

The Berkeley FILM Foundation (BFF) is pleased to announce the 2020 film and video grant program. Once you have read through the grant guidelines and find you are a qualified candidate, we invite you to submit an application from April 1 – May 18, 2020.The mission of the BFF is to nurture, sustain and preserve the thriving local film community and provides grants for social, historical and innovative documentary, animation and short dramatic work(s).Grant Description: The BFF fund will support Bay Area emerging and established independent filmmakers whose work combines intellectual clarity with creative use of the medium.