Live Learning vs. The Portal
When you commit to attending one of our live learning opportunities, you are committing to setting aside a specific time to invest in yourself and your professional development. Attending live means you have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenter and your fellow ARP colleagues.
But sometimes your schedule doesn’t align with the timing of a webinar you really want to attend. In those instances, you can access archived recordings of select ARP webinars, along with other resources, via the ARP Community Portal.
Frequently Asked Questions
Active ARP members can access the portal by requesting their unique login and password at this link.
ARP membership is free and available to practicing artists who are committed to pursuing a career in the arts and who may be facing professional challenges as a result of ever-changing economic and societal circumstances. To request membership, please fill out the ARP Membership Application.
(Note: If you have requested financial support from Artist Relief Project in the past, you are already an ARP member.)
Like all of the programs and resources provided by ARP, access to the portal is free for practicing artists, musicians, performers, and creatives. If you are in a position to do so, consider making a donation to help cover the costs of providing these programs. (We are 501c3, and all donations are tax deductible.)
Visit the Portal at this link. In order to access the webinars, you must be logged in and will be prompted to do so if you aren’t.
We process requests manually during business hours, so please allow at least 72 hours to receive your unique login information and password. Your will receive an email from “ARP Programs” with the subject line “Your Login Info for the ARP Community Portal.” Sometimes these emails are filtered into the “Promotions” or “Updates” folders.
If you search and still cannot find your login information, please email [email protected] for help.
There is a “Forgot Password” link you can use to reset your password when logging in to the Portal. Or, you can email [email protected] , and we can send you a direct access link.
If there’s a webinar you’re particularly eager to see, the fastest way to view it is to attend the live webinar event. Also, during our live webinars you have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenter.
But if your schedule doesn’t allow you to attend the live event, the Portal is available as an option and resource to consult in the future. Please allow a couple of weeks for us to process and upload webinar recordings.
We’re constantly updating the portal with resources and recordings from previously aired webinars, so check back often. It takes a couple of weeks after the air date for us to process and upload the webinar.
If there’s a specific webinar you’re particularly eager to see, email [email protected] to check the status on when it might be uploaded.
Schedule a designated time on your calendar to invest in yourself and your professional development! Whether you opt for live learning with your colleagues or asynchronous learning at your own convenience, scheduling a specific time on your calendar makes it more likely for you to actually take advantage of the learning material. Otherwise, you may find your good intentions never actually manifest into action.