IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) C.A.R.E.S. (Coronavirus Active Response and Engagement Service) is a new initiative designed to provide support to our most at-risk, elderly, and/or disabled members during the COVID-19 crisis.
Applications are being accepted starting today through Dec. 4 for the Labor of Love: Art and Healing Grant, which will award up to $1,000 to at least 15 Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) activists or organizations with a focus on racial equity, enfranchisement and social equity-based movement building within and adjacent to our local labor movement.
The Seattle COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund for Immigrants are $1,000-$3,000 funding for direct cash assistance to Seattle’s most vulnerable low-income immigrant residents and their households. Application Deadline November 5th.
The SKCF Environmental Grants Program is a new cycle of the South King County Fund that supports projects that improve the environment in the near-airport communities of Burien, Des Moines, Federal Way, Normandy Park, SeaTac, and Tukwila. Community-led groups are invited to apply for funding for activities.
Groundswell’s Rapid Response Fund provides fast funding to grassroots organizations led by women of color, trans people of color, and low-income women and trans people in critical, but unexpected, fights to protect and advance reproductive and social justice.
Are you a teaching artist or arts educator interested in deepening your skills and practice to provide effective arts-based education? The TAT Lab Core program is a 6-month professional development learning community that is based on the philosophy that reflective practice and thoughtful planning are essential to effective educational experiences.
The fund will distribute support ranging from $1,000–8,000 USD for local coverage of the preparation, response, and impact of this global pandemic as seen through evidence-based reporting. The final deadline for applications is November 15, 2020.
Grants of up to $2,000 are available to help support necessities including housing, utilities, groceries, and childcare to those who contribute to the cultural and creative industries within King County, Washington. Application deadline is October 28th, 2020.
Washington Lawyers for the Arts invites artists, creators, and the attorneys who represent them to attend the "Independent Contractor vs. Employee" webinar on Friday, October 9, 2020: a workshop to understand the different classifications of work contracts for artists and creators.
Sustained Support assists with the day-to-day needs of arts organizations over two-year cycles—this reliable, consistent support lets creativity flourish in the places that make King County a cultural hub. Application will be due by Wednesday, October 14, 2020, at 5:00 pm.
The Foundation for Working Families is a non-profit organization established by the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO and its affiliates to assist union families in Washington state in times of hardship or disaster.
Are you looking to participate in a festival, exhibition, contest, creative collective, art project? Scroll through the opportunities on Shoreline Arts Council for all kinds of open calls. Regularly updated.
by University Of Washington Foster School of Business Blog
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