| There are countless resources for artists on the Internet. We have listed a few of them here for your reference. If you have suggestions for other particularly helpful sites we might add, please send us an email.
is the largest existing network of artist residency programs, representing the interests of more than 200 centers and organizations in 40 countries worldwide that offer to international artists facilities and conditions conducive for making art.
Alliance of Artists Communities
has information on some 500 artists residencies. Its database can be searched for general information on specific residencies at no cost, and for a small fee individuals can subscribe to access advanced searching capabilities.
is primarily geared toward video and film artists. The site links to information on opportunities, residencies, grants, distribution, equipment, alternative cinema venues, archival footage, festival data bases, etc.
New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
provides artists fellowships, information and sponsorship services for artists in New York State. Its extensive resource pages and job listings (NYFA Interactive) are open to all.
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
provides legal reources, tax information, and advocacy for artists.
based in Austin, Texas is a speculative non-profit initiative established to increase awareness of new developments in the contemporary visual arts and the ideas and issues that inform contemporary culture. Fluent promotes collaborations that attract artists to Austin.
AN-The Artists Information Company is an international organization based in the United Kingdom. It seeks to stimulate and support contemporary arts practice by providing information, resources, opportunities for collaboration and research.
CoOL (Conservation OnLine)
provides conservation information for artists and archivists.
Franklin Furnace's Venue Listing
provides a list of New York City performance art venues.
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