Calls to Artists, Job Announcements, Resources
The program, an initiative of the US State Department, sends American bands from all genres on month-long, fully-funded tours.
Support for artist residency programs and the artists who attend them.
The Arts Consulting Group offers organizational development services to arts nonprofits, job listings, and more.
A database of calls to artists.
ArtDeadline.com collects information about grants, calls, residencies, competitions, and other opportunities for artists.
A resource for arts in the academic sphere.
A community of artists, mostly painters, exchanging information and inspiration.
Educational, healthcare, and other information for artists and organizations.
International exchange programs for artists, curators, and presenters.
Tips, a weekly newsletter, and consulting services.
The Artist Help Network website compiles links to resources for career-related topics such as Legal, Money, Commissions, etc.
Res Artis maintains a database of artist residencies all over the world. Search by various criteria such as country, language, or duration of stay. http://www.resartis.org
An open-air arts and crafts festival, held on the weekend following Labor Day each September.
The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs is the largest public funder of arts and culture in the country. Join the Percent for Art register of artists.
A comprehensive resource for performing artists and arts presenters, hosting an annual booking conference.
Submission guidelines for this literary review are available at http://www.whitefishreview.org/
Supports writers whose work addresses contemporary visual art.
Supports up to five outstanding contemporary or traditional artists from the United States to spend a three-month residency in Japan.
Residencies from May through October at the largest artist community in Minnesota.
A complete directory of residency programs in our National Parks.
A comprehensive resource for public art including calls, case studies, toolkits, and more.
The arts council for King County, Washington, hosts an excellent list of public art opportunities.
A matching grant program bringing free, live music to small and mid-sized towns and cities across the country.
The first virtual arts center offering private online storage and showcase opportunities for creative legacies.