ARTIST RESOURCE LIST
COVID-19 is hitting artists and musicians as independent workers hard. Please explore the following resources and reach out if you have ideas about how NBAM can support artists in our community.
Boston Opportunity Fund for Artists (Application)
The Record Co.‘s Boston Music Maker Relief Fund
Massachusetts (Jamaica Plain, Boston): Mutual Aid Offerings
Massachusetts (Tufts): Mutual Aid for Students
Rhode Island Resources
The Sustainable Arts Foundation supports artists and writers with children
Missed Tour (merch for sale to support musicians)
COVID-19 & Freelance Artists Super useful page with resources for freelance artists.
Resources For The Arts During Coronavirus – Wonderland
New Bedford Creative is a great resource for artists. Here are some funding resources they have shared.
NBEDC.org has been reorganized to focus on the most up-to-date information, resources, and news affecting the business community—this includes artists, galleries, and nonprofits!
The COVID-19 virus is affecting many artists, nonprofits, and communities across the globe. While not comprehensive, ArtPlace America has a running list of resources to start to help mitigate and navigate the effects of the virus (whether it be financial, health, etc) going forward. Click here to view the list.
Americans for the Arts has established a Response and Resource Center that will be updated on a daily basis. This includes preparation information, funding and grants, resource pages and much more. Click here for more information.
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States, they have created a list of resources for artists working in all disciplines, as well as arts philanthropists, and arts professionals. The Creative Capital List of Artist Resources will continue to be updated as the outbreak continues to affect the arts community. Click here for more information.
YOU’RE NOT ALONE
Co-quarantined with an abuser? Worried about having to self-isolate from #coronavirus in a dangerous home situation? Please reach out — contact @ndvh | National Domestic Violence Hotline: CALL 1−800−799−7233 or TTY 1−800−787−3224 or CHAT at http://thehotline.org
“Massachusetts Health Connector offers extended enrollment for uninsured individuals to ease coronavirus fears” Click here
Hunger and Food Resources:
From Project Bread in Boston, hunger and food resources for Massachusetts households, children and families
Collective Care is our Best Weapon against COVID-19 (lots of local mutual aid groups)