Header by Ello Artist Kaiq
Hi Talenthouse Creatives!
First and foremost, thank you for being a part of our community. We wouldn’t be where we are today without you and we want you to know that we value you, your creativity, and your health.
Our goal is to support you all during this unusual and uncertain time because we know it is challenging for you, our community. We are truly in this together and hope we can be a voice of optimism for you all.
Beyond the standard health and sanitary precautions, there are steps you can take to protect your work, your career, and more. Below are resources that may be helpful to you now and in the future.
Artwork by Talenthouse Artist Miss Chatz
A coalition of national arts grantmakers are offering creatives who are US Citizens a $5K grant if you are facing financial hardship due to Covid-19. You can apply here.
Make sure to get your information from trusted sources such as the World Health Organization on best practices for health, sanitation, and prevention.
Unity, a 3D platform is giving all creatives access to Unity Learn Premium three months for free! This includes exclusive access to Unity experts, on-demand learning, libe interactive sessions and more.
Check out this community built list. Here you will find resources for freelance and working creatives such as yourself compiled by your peers. Listed are legal, financial (grants, relief, opportunities, etc.), and creative resources.
Creative Capital is a wonderful resource too. You'll find even more financial, legal, and additional information here as well!
The Creator Fund, established by Convert Kit and partners, is providing financial assistance to active creators who are experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. If you have medical, childcare, housing, or grocery needs as a creative, you are eligible to apply. Make sure you have your receipts or invoices ready.
Did you have an event, an exhibition, a screening, etc. that was cancelled due to social distancing measures? Or did you have one planned that is upcoming? Don’t let your hard work get swept under the rug. Share it through the Social Distancing Festival!
Working on a project or just want to learn a new skill? Take a look at the Learning & Career category in our Talenthouse Magazine for tips, “how to’s,” inspiration, and other resources updated regularly.
Artwork by Ello Artist Kinga
Just another gentle reminder - we urge each and every one of you to put your health and wellness, safety and the safety of others first. We are dedicated to you and will do our best to support our community.
There are still so many great things waiting for us this year and we can’t wait to share them with you. We are in this together.
Talenthouse Community Team