ICP launched its new magazine, Cultural Practice, which features critical reflective pieces in arts management, arts practice, cultural policy, heritage studies and museology. The magazine will be sharing news on research, teaching and cultural engagements by staff and students from the University of Manchester’s School of Arts, Languages and Cultures department.
Description: Financial relief for artists and cultural professionals. Program will also sponsor virtual performances through a new partnership with Dayton Artist Stream and the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District (MCACD)
A list of resources for arts organisations
A List of resources for artists and arts organisations who have been impacted by COVID-19.
A list of initiatives, alumni and festival colleagues are developing as a response, as proposals for solidarity or as strategies on how to deal with this situation of the Covid-19 epidemic
A dashboard reporting on the latest results from Americans for the Arts’ ongoing survey to capture coronavirus-related economic impact reports from artists, arts organizations, and arts agencies of all types, genres, sizes, and tax statuses
A compilation of resources, tools and opportunities that we hope will provide artists and those who work with artists support to be able to thrive in the wake of these challenging circumstances
COVID-19 Resources for Artists and the Art Sector
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
Regular updates to support artists and arts organisations
Information, grants and funding sources in Atlanta
COVID-19 Arts Response Overview
Financial Relief Resources for Artists During COVID-19
Gathers, in one place, all initiatives/ information related to the cultural and creative sectors in the EU in response to the COVID crisis
Amani: Africa Creative Defence Network was established to:
a) Help provide rapid responses to artists at risk in Africa,
b) Coordinate adequate support when artists and cultural professionals in Africa face danger because of their work and,
c) Support regional safe havens in Africa.
To address the profound impact the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the culture sector, UNESCO has launched a weekly “Culture & COVID-19: Impact and Response Tracker” to provide an overview of the rapidly evolving situation. It explores both the immediate impact of the health crisis and examples of how countries around the world are adapting to the situation. This is one of several initiatives by the Organization to respond to the impact of the pandemic on the cultural sector worldwide
This page intends to become a reference for those seeking to draw inspiration from best practices in the development of appropriate responses adapted to national contexts
Description: A resource portal monitoring the development and impact of Covid-19 within the cultural sector, and it shares relevant information with users through reports and new initiatives that are now available in their website database.
Description: A resource page that is part of the “Live Learning Experience: beyond the immediate response to the outbreak,” developed by UCLG.
Description: A list of resources and for artists and arts organisations affected by COVID-19
Description: Resource centre of responses to COVID-19
Description: An aggregated list of free resources, opportunities and financial relief options available to artists of all disciplines
Description: A list of resources for artists working in all disciplines, as well as arts philanthropists, and arts professionals
Description: A list of resources that has been compiled and updated since 14 March 2020, in partnership with Circostrada*, as a way to gather information and initiatives internationally (particularly in Europe, Asia and North America) that can be useful to share, know about and/or be inspired from