Programs and Resources
Programs and resources are free and accessible to ARP members and artists who have requested support from Artist Relief Project.
Who is Eligible?
Any practicing individual artist (any discipline, any level of experience) may request access to resources and professional support provided by ARP.
The only requirements are:
(1) you must be able to demonstrate that you are actively working and committed to pursing the arts as a career, and
(2) you must tell us about the professional and/ or economic challenges you are currently facing.
Live Learning Opportunities
Online workshops and webinars covering a variety of topics that empower artists and creatives across disciplines to better navigate professional challenges and develop strategies to successfully pursue the arts as a viable career option. Freely accessible to ARP members and artists who have requested support from Artist Relief Project.
Feedback and strategy sessions led by experts who specialize in advising artists, musicians, performers, and creatives. Consultations are hosted in conjunction with ARP webinars to address individual concerns regarding Professional Documents, Funding, Marketing Strategies, and more.
Global Online Community
A private online group exclusively for artists, musicians, performers, and creatives from around the globe. Open to practicing artists in all disciplines as a private forum to share resources, discuss projects, ask questions, collaborate, make connections, and emerge stronger and more resilient.
ARP Community Portal
A members-only portal frequently updated with archived ARP webinars and additional resources to support practicing artists, musicians, performers, and creatives across disciplines in their pursuit of economically viable career options. Portal access is free for ARP members and artists who have requested support from Artist Relief Project.
Cash Relief Assistance
As funding allows, ARP provides opportunities for practicing artists experiencing financial hardships to apply for emergency cash relief grants. We are currently not accepting new applications for financial assistance, but we are working hard to develop more fundraising and funding initiatives to offer these opportunities again in the future.
Ongoing Program Development
ARP Programs are developed on an ongoing basis depending on artist feedback, disciplinary needs, and the ever-changing circumstances of the post-pandemic world. If you have specific types of resources, trainings, and programs you would like to see, we welcome you to share your thoughts and suggestions!
Frequently Asked Questions
ARP provides free membership to professional development programs and resources created specifically with artists, musicians, performers, and creatives in mind, and, as funding allows*, opportunities to apply for emergency cash relief grants for artists experiencing financial hardships.
*ARP is currently not accepting new requests for cash relief assistance. Artists in any discipline are welcome and encouraged to request free membership in our online programs to support their professional endeavors.
Any adult individual pursuing the arts as a career (any discipline, any level of experience) may request free membership and, upon approval, gain access to programs, resources, and support from ARP.
For full access to ARP programs and resources, complete the ARP Membership request application at the link below.
The ARP Membership application asks some basic questions about your work as an artist and the professional and economic challenges you are currently facing. You will need to provide documentation (website, resume or CV, portfolio, and/ or social media proof) to demonstrate you are someone actively pursuing the arts as a career.