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.
Cultural Alliance Local Survey
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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.
Connecticut Arts Hero Awards - Call for NominationsCT Office of the Arts | Sep 8, 2022 The Connecticut Arts Hero Awards honor and celebrate Connecticut residents who are doing...
Emerge is Arts for Learning Connecticut’s training and mentorship program for emerging Teaching Artists. This program advances arts in education by promoting collaboration between classroom teachers and Teaching Artists and ensuring successful learning outcomes for students.
Creative Aging WebinarCT Office of the Arts | Sep 3, 2022In this 1.5 hour informational webinar, stakeholders from across the state of Connecticut will learn about the history...
Tracing Pathways Into STEAM Careers with I Was A KidI Was a Kid | Aug 30, 2022 First: Professionals and students in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math careers...
Now Accepting Applications to the CT Artist Fellowship ProgramCT Office of the Arts| Aug 20, 2022 The Artist Fellowship Program provides recognition and funding support for...
Apply to the National Leaders of Color FellowshipNew England Foundation for the Arts| Aug 20, 2022The National Leaders of Color Fellowship is a leadership development program...
FREE Artist Strategies WorkshopCAWCT | Aug 20, 2022 Monday, August 29th - 7:00pm EST ZOOM REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/ArtAug29 How should you price your art?How should you...
Fine Acts teamed up with the Democracy & Belonging Forum, an initiative from the Othering and Belonging Institute (OBI) at the University of California, Berkeley – to produce a collection of powerful visual artworks on the topic of Bridging & Belonging.
The Connecticut Arts Hero Awards honor and celebrate Connecticut residents who are doing inspiring things in, for, or through the arts in Connecticut. Since 2016, the Connecticut Arts Hero Awards have introduced us to an array of remarkable individuals engaged in or supporting the arts – some publicly and some behind the scenes.
The Supporting Arts grant program provides general operating support to help Connecticut’s arts organizations and municipal arts departments cover programmatic costs associated with their mission-related work. Deadline for applications is August 1st.
The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut (The Alliance) and Danbury Fair Mall request artists or artist teams to submit qualifications for the design and installation of a wall mural artwork at 7 Backus Ave., Danbury, CT.
The goal of LEF New England is to fund the work of independent documentary film and video artists in the region, and to broaden recognition and support for their work, both locally and nationally. It also supports programs that highlight the rich history and ongoing legacy of innovation within New England’s independent film community. LEF accepting Letters of Inquiry (LOIs) for Production and Post-production funding through the Moving Image Fund. Deadline is January 21st. Is part of your film’s team based in New England? Are you working on a long-format documentary that will be in production or post-production after May 2022? Now might be the time for you to submit an LOI!