Updated news and information for the arts industry related to the coronavirus. Find federal, regional, and state resources, economic impact assessments, emergency relief efforts, and guidelines for re-opening. We’ll keep compiling the news as we get it and updating this page.
Americans for the Arts National Survey
Collecting data about the impact of the spread in the Art sector across the country. Help make sure Western Connecticut is counted!
The Arts Action Fund updated information on the CARES Act Funds. Great for nonprofit arts org, a governmental arts agency, a commercial arts company, a self-employed individual artist.
The Connecticut Office of the Arts, in partnership with CAA and our state’s nine Designated Regional Services Organizations, has developed COVID-19 Operating Guidelines for Connecticut’s Arts & Culture industry.
Since mid-March, 2020 we’re sending COVID-19 related information to the arts sector as we get it. Not receiving the alerts? Get on list! In the meantime, check out what you’ve missed down below in date order and in the following categories.
photographer Jim Stasiak ”Photographs and Improvisions”
“The Art of Fashion” – 1990’s Illustrations by Kermit Adler
Layo Bright: glass and pottery
CT Sea Grant Arts Support Awards Program for artists
Brookfield Craft Center Announces 2024 Artist-in-Residency Program
Tofte Lake Center offering four distinct artist residency opportunities.
Join the Danbury Mayor’s Community Advisory Committee
Webinar: Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery Resources for Artists and Art and Cultural Institutions
webinar for emergency management
Opportunities for artists to submit work for public spaces
a training program for individuals who will serve as facilitators to advance creative community solutions.
2022 CT Cultural Fund Operating Grant survey responses
CT Humanities’ new Intellectual Property (IP) policy will go into effect