The Fund helps eligible bluegrass professionals who are currently or have previously been significantly involved in the industry. This includes, but is not limited to, artists, composers, broadcasters, media representatives, event producers, agents, educators, managers, and employees of record companies. You do not have to be a member of the IBMA to receive aid from the IBMA Trust Fund. Please refer to the application form for more information on eligibility.
We invite Essex County artists and creative producers who have experienced losses due to the COVID-19 crisis to join our growing Creative County Initiative network through this new program fund. While our financial support is a drop in a very large bucket of need across our county, we view this as a time to connect with you and amplify your work and visibility as an artist.
Hear Fort Worth and Film Fort Worth with assistance from United Way of Tarrant County have established a creative industry relief fund to help support musicians, artists, performers and filmmakers who have lost work due to COVID-19. The initiative spearheaded by Hear Fort Worth is an extension of Fort Worth musician Rachel Gollay’s Artist & Service Worker Relief Fund, which raised $10,000 and provided support of $200 per qualified applicant. Fort Worth Weekly, the local music resource featuring local musicians, is the first promotional partner for the effort, helping spread the word through its publication, website and network.The fund is open to local Tarrant County musicians, filmmakers and artists. Qualified applicants will be eligible for a one-time grant of $300. All applications received will be considered and funds will be distributed on a first come, first served basis.
Provides financial relief to workers and organizations in the creative industries impacted by COVID-19. This includes all artists and artisans, including stage and production members and part-time cultural workers, and large to small arts organizations in all disciplines.