Financial Resources

For the majority of artists, being a full time artist doesn't exactly cover the bills, and sometimes it can be hard to keep the financial aspects organized. For those of you who fall under this spectrum, and those of you who have it all together, we have resources on this page for things like online listings for financial aid, grant application tips, and how to do taxes.

1. Financial Aid Resources:

         The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) provided loans to help businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Borrowers may be eligible for PPP loan forgiveness.

            US SBA offers various funding resources for businesses facing affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

            Providing financial assistance since 1992 to North Texas visual artists and arts professionals in distress.

             The Artists’ Fellowship provides emergency aid to professional visual fine artists and their families in times of sickness, natural disaster, bereavement, or unexpected extreme hardship.

               Artists interested in CERF+ emergency assistance must first complete an inquiry form. If it is determined that you may be eligible for assistance, you will be invited to apply for assistance.

              Annuity Freedom is offering a free SEO analysis and recommendations and micro-grants. Grantees will be selected on a rolling basis. There is no application deadline. There is also a $100 monthly grant awarded each month.

2. Online Listings to Find 

     Financial Aid for Artists:

3. Seeking &

     Preparing Grant Applications:

4. Tax Resources for Artists:

               How Artists Can Avoid Stress During Tax Season

               Taxes and Accounting for Artists:

                       Webinar with Rachel Stas

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