Resources and Support for Artists throughout the COVID-19 Outbreak

January 24, 2022

March 20, 2020

As the spread of the coronavirus pandemic intensifies across the United States, we have compiled a list of links to resources for artists and for arts-related communities most affected by this health crisis.

We will continue to update these resources over the next few months as the situation evolves. If you have a resource to add or feedback on a specific resource already shared here, please contact us via email

Stay well and stay in touch.

With care,

Art Matters

Updated list as of May 11, 2020:

The Laundromat Project's Resource List

Springboard for the Arts Emergency Grant

Performing Statistics Resources

Pooled COVID-19 Resources

Coronavirus Resource Kit

Survey on Impact of COVID-19 on Art Workers

Creative Capital: Online Arts Events during the COVID-19 Outbreak

Creative Capital: List of Arts Resources during the COVID-19 Outbreak

Narrative Initiative COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources

NEA COVID-19 Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations

Black Girl Magik’s Spreadsheet of Mental Health Resources and Support Funds

Artwork Archive: How to support Artists and the arts during COVID-19

COVID-19/At-Home Mental Health Resource List

VirusAnxiety: Caring for your Coronavirus Anxiety Toolkit

Mutual Aid & Support for Independent Artists from p0stb1nary in WashingtonDC

The Vera List Center for Art and Politics COVID-19 Resource Toolkit

Joan Mitchell COVID-19 Emergency Resources for Visual Artists

The Justice Collaborative COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response & Resources

Artists at Risk Connection (ARC) COVID-19 Resources for Artists

Visual AIDS Food, Emergency Grants, Medication, Unemployment, Community and more...

Anonymous Was A Woman (AWAW)| COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grant

The COVID-19 Artist Trust Relief Fund

The Cooper Union Coronavirus Info Hub

Artist Community Relief Fund

W.A.G.E Guidelines for the Postponement or Cancellation of Work

Contemporary And (C&): List of Resources for Artist in Need

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