Calls to Artists, Job Announcements, Resources
Guidelines, resources and relief for the cultural sector
Art businesses and non-profit organizations of any size that have been financially impacted as a direct result of the Coronavirus since Jan. 31, 2020, may qualify for Economic Injury Disaster Loans of up to $2 million.
The Dance Academy Director will manage the Academy, providing quality dance instruction, and oversee Academy dance staff and programs.
A summit bringing together fifty young adults (16-24 years old) from across the country from April 2-5 in McAllen, Texas to discuss the issues that they see as important to their lives and their communities.
Initially compiled and maintained by American artist Everest Pipkin, this is a crowd-sourced list of over 400 calls to artists.
BAM docents are volunteers at the Boise Art Museum who engage visitors of all ages with art through a variety of educational experiences.
A non-profit foundation supporting artists and writers with families.
Call for Entry.org is a comprehensive tool for all artists looking for arts opportunities — from competitions to public art calls, to art contests and more, CaFÉ_
Coordinate your locations, crews, and equipment, or get consulting and support services for filmmakers and digital artists.
The National Arts Marketing Project provides tools and services to boost your presence in the marketplace.
A business-skills training course for artists, held annually at rotating locations throughout Idaho.
A professional development program and network for arts administrators in Idaho.
TheArtGuide.com is a free listing of opportunities that allows you to apply directly to the organization offering the grant. The list is updated daily so there’ll always_
Formerly Artist Opportunity Monthly, all you need to do is sign up with your email and they send you thoroughly screened opportunities every month, including grants. AOM_
A showcase for design projects featuring commissioned artwork in architectural spaces.
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 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.
A comprehensive resource for performing artists and arts presenters, hosting an annual booking conference.
The first virtual arts center offering private online storage and showcase opportunities for creative legacies.