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posted by CAA — Mar 25, 2020

As Art Schools Cancel Student Shows, One Instagram Account Pledges to Give Them Life

A new Instagram account is highlighting work from now-canceled BFA and MFA thesis shows, and students and faculty are encourage to submit. (ARTnews)

Curators Impacted by COVID-19 Can Apply for This Emergency Grant

The Kinkade Family Foundation grants will award up to $5,000 for “unexpected emergencies related to the COVID-19 epidemic.” (Hyperallergic)

Financial Relief Resources for Artists During COVID-19

Artwork Archive has compiled a list of emergency resources and crowdfunding efforts. (Artwork Archive)

New York Foundations Create $75 M. Fund to Support Arts Nonprofits and Social Services Impacted by Coronavirus

A consortium of 18 foundations has created a $75 million fund to support small and midsize nonprofit arts and cultural organizations. (ARTnews)

As Curricula Moves Online, Yale Art Students Demand Tuition Refund

Over one hundred MFA students from the Yale School of Art have called for a partial tuition refund. (Artforum)

Open-Access JSTOR Materials Accessible to the Public

JSTOR Open Access has over 6,000 ebooks and over 150 journals accessible without the need for an online login. (University Times)

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