It is not just artists who are starving: how the US can rebuild its creative industry post-Covid
A proposal issued to both presidential campaigns by Americans for the Arts outlines a national strategy to put creative workers back to work
Covid-19 impact on US creative economy 'disproportionately' affects fine and performing arts, report finds
A new study from the Brookings Institution estimates losses of $150bn in creative industry revenue while calling for more federal support for cultural workers
‘Emergency grants are not going to rid us of this crisis’— is there hope for a new New Deal in the US?
A new survey reports 95% of American artists have lost income due to coronavirus as the nation's unemployment rate rises to Great Depression-era levels
Washington Project for the Arts teams up with Warhol Foundation for new grant series to support DC-based artists
The move comes as the main grant-making body in the area is locked in a struggle with the mayor’s office over the city’s arts agenda and funding