Global call to creatives! @UN needs your help translating critical public health messages about #coronavirus into work that will engage & inform people across different cultures, languages, communities & platforms. Submissions open on a rolling basis. https://bit.ly/2JwGx76
CAA members provide crucial service to the field by participating on editorial boards and committees.
See the list of current openings and apply: https://bit.ly/2SpkYtl
#ArtJournalOpen #TheArtBulletin #caareviews
On April 7 @ArkDesC will collaborate with @e_flux to bring you a calming, live virtual vernissage of 'WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD' – an exhibition about #ASMR.
🌐 Where: https://e-flux.com/live
🕔 When: 17.00 CEST
🎧 Use headphones for best experience!
Anonymous Was A Woman (AWAW) has introduced an emergency relief grant program to support women-identifying visual artists over 40 who have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis (administered by NYFA). Full details here, please share widely! https://bit.ly/2Usqaif
Letters against Separation on e-flux conversations
Read here: http://ow.ly/S5Kd50z5g3B
#efluxconversations #HitoSteyerl #LiuDing #LiuQingshuo #CarolYinghuaLu #IrmgardEmmelhainz #ClaireFontaine #HanminKim #BaharNoorizadeh #OxanaTimofeeva
The Helen Frankenthaler Foundation said it will commit $5 million in relief across three initiatives to be supported over the next three years. https://bit.ly/2X6VjcM
Museum news––we’re delighted to announce @LauraRaicovich has been named Interim Director 🎉! Join us in welcoming her to the Museum and read the full story via @rpogrebin for @nytimes: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/03/arts/design/leslie-lohman-museum-interim-director.html
Designers such as Christian Siriano are making masks and others have opened their factory space to manufacture masks and offices to sort donations. https://bit.ly/3bZVHhN
Learn how participants in creative aging programs at @AnchorageMuseum are immersed in Alaskan culture:
🔹 Video by an Alaska Native artist
🔹 Sketches of the Iñupiaq Wolf Dance & regalia ca.1900
🔹 Archives of Anchorage arts performances
🔹 Yup’ik dance
In honor of Dr. David C. Driskell, who passed away this week at the age of 88, we’ve made a selection of articles by him or related to his work available to access for free @Arts_Routledge through the end of April: https://bit.ly/2X3cITX #ArtJournal #TheArtBulletin
📣PAD Members! Deadline extended! Proposals for the PAD-sponsored session at the 2021 @caavisual Annual Conference in NY will now be accepted until April 15.
#publicartdialogue #publicart #PAD
Signal boost! Arts orgs & admins, Sarah would love to have a conversation with you about your journey applying for PPP loans.
Next week, @Philanthropy hosts a webinar "The Stimulus Bill and Nonprofits: Answers to Your Questions" to explore what the law means for your organization & how you can use these and other elements of the new legislation to further your mission. https://bit.ly/3476pQE
#caareviews: Itay Sapir @UQAM writes about The Neapolitan Lives and Careers of Netherlandish Immigrant Painters (1575–1655) (@amsterdamupress) by Marije Osnabrugge: https://bit.ly/2QPKZ5k
“In the past three months rumor, gossip, and hearsay have filled our lives with anxiety, fear, shock, and sometimes hope and elation.”
—Letters against Separation – Liu Ding, Liu Qingshuo, and Carol Yinghua Lu as a family in Beijing https://conversations.e-flux.com/t/letters-against-separation-liu-ding-liu-qingshuo-and-carol-yinghua-lu-as-a-family-in-beijing/9699/5
"All too often we see that when things get hard... equity and inclusion fall by the wayside for “higher-priority” tasks. Let this time be different."
Read more from Andrew Plumley in the first of a series on Museums and Equity in Times of Crisis:https://www.aam-us.org/2020/04/02/museums-and-equity-in-times-of-crisis/
.@Americans4arts has gathered an extensive list of resources of national and local resources for artists during COVID-19. https://bit.ly/39pxQWN
ICYMI this week: How the #CARESAct supports arts & culture, creative pricing strategies for artists (ever more important in the current economy), and a new resource to help artists and municipal governments partner on community-minded projects. https://bit.ly/2xHRNey
Important updates on #COVID19 financial support:
➡️ #FamiliesFirst paid leave provisions are now effective.
➡️ Small businesses—including museums with less than 500 employees—can apply for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
We've just launched a weekly #podcast w/ @NEAArtsChair Mary Anne Carter!
This week listen in as she talks about the impact of #COVID19 on the arts community & the $75 million @NEAarts received in the CARES Act to award to the nonprofit arts sector: http://go.usa.gov/xvYfa
The J. Paul Getty Trust has announced a $10-million #COVID19 relief fund for small & midsize visual arts organizations in Los Angeles County. https://lat.ms/2V2jmXV
"@cueart and AICA-USA are looking for writers to write critical essays about Yara El-Sherbini (based in Santa Barbara, CA; deadline April 9) and James Maurelle (based in Philadelphia, PA; deadline May 12)." https://hyperallergic.com/540657/opportunities-april-2020/ cc. @hyperallergic
How the Coronavirus Will Transform the Art World. “All of us are here to go the distance for what we love. That distance has begun.” https://www.vulture.com/2020/04/how-the-coronavirus-will-transform-the-art-world.html
@Americans4Arts has compiled a comprehensive guide to economic relief initiatives for artists and art organizations. If you or anyone you know could benefit from the information, please share. Take care of yourselves. https://okt.to/RAQ4vH