Ronald Feldman Gallery Artist Resources

Mar 01, 2022

Ronald Feldman gallery is aggregating a list of organizations that aim to support the art community during these difficult times. Keep an eye on our website and social media outlets for updates.

Artist Resources:

Creative Capital:

An updated list of grants, open calls, useful information, and other artist resources.


A daily report on how COVID-19 is impacting the art world.


An updated list of grants, health insurance resources, disaster assistance, and artist relief funds.

Americans for the Arts:

Up-to-date news and resources for the arts and culture field including guidelines for quarantine, the economic impact of the virus, and the effects on artists and art organizations.

The Art Newspaper:

A list of resources addressing the economic impact of coronavirus on the cultural sector.

COVID-19 & Freelance Artists:

An aggregated list of free resources, opportunities, and financial relief options available to artists of all disciplines.

Arts Council England:

Emergency funding for both organizations and individual members of England's art community.


A selection of 12 museums offering virtual tours.

City of Boston:

Boston artist economic relief fund in response to Coronavirus.

Brooklyn Arts Council:

A compilation of resources for Brooklyn artists in response to COVID-19. Including virtual community programming happening during the pandemic.

The Art Newspaper:

A list of new economic emergency measures designed to help small companies and freelancers, with links to application procedures.

D.C. Small Business Recovery Microgrants:

The District of Columbia is investing $25 million in the COVID-19 Recovery Effort and the DC Small Business Recovery Microgrants Program, which will include artists and freelance workers.

W.A.G.E (Working Artists and the Greater Economy):

Guidelines for the Postponement or Cancellation of Work for working artists and freelancers.

Art Technician Emergency Fund:

A UK based fund to support art technicians affected by the pandemic. Contributions can be made through cash donations or participating in an online art auction.

Vera List Center for Art and Politics:

A list of art community resources including virtual programs, digital artworld events, and emergency grants and funds.

Canada Council for the Arts:

Canada Council for the Arts announces plans to provide $60 million in advance funding for the art community.

Anonymous Was A Woman (AWAW):

Anonymous Was a Woman announces $250,000 in emergency grants for female artists over 40 in response to the pandemic.

DC Small Business Recovery:

Mayor Bowser and the Council of the District of Columbia are investing $25 million in the COVID-19 Recovery Effort and the DC Small Business Recovery Microgrants Program.

No Longer Empty:

No Longer Empty opens up its Youth Action Council program to provide a city-wide virtual space for teens to share their voice

A petition advocating for COVID-19 relief for NYC art galleries, artists, and art workers.