PROGRAMS & RESOURCES
Programs and resources are free and accessible to ARP members and artists who have requested support from Artist Relief Project.
ARP Programs are currently being developed based on artist feedback, disciplinary needs, and the ever-changing circumstances of the post-COVID world. These programs will cover a variety of topic areas to assist artists across disciplines in developing the skills and accessing the tools needed to continue pursuing the arts as a viable career option.
Programs will be freely accessible to ARP members and artists who have requested support from Artist Relief Project. If you have specific types of resources, trainings, and programs you would like to see, please submit your suggestions.
Check back in August 2020 for a schedule of programs and topics.
WORKSHOPS & WEBINARS
ARP online workshops and webinars empower artists and creatives with the knowledge and skills to better navigate the uncertain realities and circumstances of the COVID-19 crisis. These presentations cover a variety of topic areas to assist artists across disciplines in developing strategies and know-how to successfully pursue the arts as a viable career option in the context of our “new normal”.
Workshops and webinars are freely accessible to ARP members and artists who have requested support from Artist Relief Project. If you have a specific webinar topic in mind that you’d like to suggest, please let us know.
A schedule of topics and dates will be posted soon. Stay tuned.
Would you like to present an online workshop or webinar to our community of over 15,000 artists and creatives?
ONLINE ARTIST COMMUNITY
The Artist Relief Project Community is a private online group for artists, musicians, performers, and creatives from across the globe to join together and help lift one another up through the fallout from the COVID-19 crisis.
Membership in the ARP Online Community is open to practicing artists in all disciplines as a forum to share resources, share your work, collaborate, make connections with other artists, and emerge from this crisis stronger.
Request to join the Artist Relief Project Community.