Emergency relief fund for artists in Kansas City
The Indy Arts & Culture COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund was created for individuals working in the arts sector and impacted by the current public health crisis. Primary concern is for the health and well being of individuals: specifically independent artists and staff working for small-to-midsize nonprofit arts and cultural organizations. This fund will provide rapid response $500 grants to help bridge the severe lost wages that make many in our creative community vulnerable.
Assist artists in making new art and marketing to broader audience.
For low-income artists in Dallas affected by COVID-19
In the current Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, artists as independent workers and creative people engaged in travel and exchange may be especially affected. This Fund supports Charlottesville-area artists who have lost income due to the cancellation of specific, scheduled gigs or opportunities (commissions, performances, contracts, other jobs/loss of income) due to Coronavirus/COVID-19 precautionary measures.Artists can request up to $300 to compensate for scheduled work that was scheduled and lost. Artists are eligible to apply for loss of income regardless of whether the income was from art or other jobs. Artists must live in the Charlottesville area including the city of Charlottesville or the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, or Nelson.
The Atlanta Artist Lost Gig Fund is designed to provide financial assistance to Atlanta area artists who have unmet essential needs due to lost revenue from cancelled upcoming events and gigs.
Focused on lost income, the Fund will provide one-time relief to arts organizations and artists who live, work, create, enable, and/or perform in Cambridge. Grant sizes ranging from $200 to $1,000. One grant is allowed per applicant. A limited number of special grants of up to $5,000 will be considered to arts nonprofits.
One-time grants of up to $2,000 are available for King County, WA cultural workers experiencing emergencies related to the COVID-19 virus and to support their creative responses in this time of crisis. The first round of funding will be available through June 15. Apply at any time within that time frame.
We have always lived in unprecedented times. Well before COVID-19, and especially now, artists of color know what is essential for the freedom and liberation of their communities. We want to support you, your creative practice, your artistic voice, and YOUR world-building vision in collaboration with your community. We seek to support Boston-based artists of color (of all ages 14+) who are excited to bring to life their visions of a racially just society.
We have always lived in unprecedented times. Well before COVID-19, and especially now, artists of color know what is essential for the freedom and liberation … Read more