Here are some lists from other organizations and collective that we really love and find useful:
Actors Launch Pad: Coronavirus Resources for Actors
Some help for Actors from around the web.
Alternate ROOTS: Shared Resources in Response to Covid-19
A detailed list including emergency funding, community and self-care, opportunities for gathering, and more.
Billboard: State-by-State Resource Guide for Music Professionals
Common Field: COVID-19 Resources for the Artist Organization Field
Crowd-sourced list for arts organizers.
Coronavirus 2020 Artist Relief Funds Database
Offers more detail about many of the funds listed on our website.
Creative Capital: List of Arts Resources During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Includes resources for artists and a database of online arts events.
Fractured Atlas: Emergency Resources for Artists in the Wake of COVID-19
Freelancers & Community Resources 2020
Resources centered for artists and those impacted by gigs being canceled/postponed. Includes excellent self-care resources, good resource guides, emergency funding, mutual aid, food resources, and more.
National Endowment for the Arts: COVID-19 Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations
New England Foundation for the Arts: COVID-19 Resources
As the COVID-19 public health crisis intensifies, the New England Foundation for the Arts is monitoring developments and has assembled resources to share with the arts and culture sector. For artists and organizations.
New York Foundation for the Arts: Emergency Grants List
North Carolina Center for Nonprofits
Explicitly for organizations, but a wealth of resources for those working in and adjacent to nonprofits.
Resources for Arts Administrators of Color
ArtsBoston, the staff and Steering Committee of the Network for Arts Administrators of Color (NAAC) Boston have been continuously thinking about how to best help their members. This evolving resource page explicitly created for POC arts administrators is just one initiative to connect and assist the community.
Seattle Artist Trust: COVID-19 Response & Recovery Resources
Includes both Seattle-specific and national resources.
Social Distancing and Crip Survival: A Disability Centered Response to COVID-19
Sins Invalid staff members are figuring out how to adapt our organizational practices to support community members, particularly interns, artists, advisors and mentors to live through the new Coronavirus pandemic. As for staff, we work virtually until further notice. We check in with each other to make sure our needs are met, and offer people food and access to rides when they need them. In this post are more ways folks at Sins are navigating this moment in history.
Space on Ryder Farm The folks over at Space of Ryder Farm have recently released a list of grants and opportunities for artists, primarily writers.