ARTIST RELIEF PROJECT
AN INITIATIVE TO HELP ARTISTS, MUSICIANS, AND PERFORMERS
IMPACTED BY THE COVID19 CRISIS
Now is the time for us to come together as a community and help those in need.
Please donate by using the form below.
Artist Relief Project is an initiative of Artly World, a registered 501c3 nonprofit. All donations are tax deductible.
What Are We Striving to Do?
The recent global health crisis has had a huge impact on the arts industry. Artists, musicians, and performers dependent on live events and face-to-face interactions have lost their main source of income, and it is uncertain when (and if) they will be able to resume their livelihood as normal.
Now is the time to give back to these artists, musicians, and performers, who contribute so much to the joy, vibrancy, and quality of our lives and culture.
The Artist Relief Project is calling on the support and generosity of those in the greater community with the means to help. Funds will support artists in any discipline, who have been directly impacted by event cancellations and venue closures due to COVID19-related health concerns. The funds raised will offer relief to artists in the short term in the form of cash mini-grants and in the long term in the form of programs and resources to support their continued pursuit of a career in the arts.
Who is Eligible for Support?
To take advantage of ARP’s free programs and resources, you must be an ARP member (membership is free and open to artists in any discipline). Request membership via the ARP Membership Request form on the Programs page.
To inquire about financial support specifically, fill out a request using the Request Support link at the top of the page.
The forms ask some basic questions, such as how you’ve been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, and for some basic documentation, such as a resume and/ or website to demonstrate your status as a working artist, musician, or performer.
Who is Artly World? Who Can I Contact?
Artly World is a registered 501c3 nonprofit with the mission to empower children, families, and communities through creative arts opportunities and initiatives. We support artists, musicians, and performers by providing professionally beneficial opportunities for them to share their craft with a broader audience. We help make the arts accessible to all by providing arts and music programming free of charge to children and families in underserved communities.
When Artly World realized the devastating impact that COVID-related cancellations and closures were having on the arts community, we organized Artist Relief Project as an initiative to support artists who continue to be professionally and financially impacted by the crisis. Learn more about our work at https://www.artlyworld.org/our-work/
You can reach out to us at [email protected] with questions or concerns.