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As a part of its regular grantmaking, separate from grants related to CARES Act funding, the National Endowment for the Arts announces over $84 million for 1,144 new awards to organizations in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and each of the five U.S. territories. Grants will be awarded in 13 artistic disciplines, arts research, and partnership agreements with all U.S. state and regional arts agencies.
America’s arts sector is among the many industries experiencing devastating impacts and extreme financial losses as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. For local arts agencies confronting the threat of budget cuts or even elimination, efficient and clear messaging is essential to mobilizing an organization’s advocates and community partners.
On Monday, four major U.S. publishers sued Internet Archive over its online library, where it offers scans of millions of books for free, temporary download.
Starting this June, the BMA will provide resources as well as financial support to local artists, galleries, and communities.
Registration is now open for the 2020 Annual Convention and Public Art & Civic Design Conference! This newly virtual convening, happening June 23-25 from the comfort of your home, is the chance for arts leaders across the country to gather virtually and better understand the current health crisis, how we are responding to it, and how the arts field can move toward recovery.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to gnaw away at the nation’s arts and cultural infrastructure. Nearly every arts organization has postponed or outright cancelled performances, exhibitions, and events. Similarly, nearly every working artist has lost at least some work, and a bewildering 62 percent report they have become fully unemployed because of the crisis.