A health insurance resource for artists and people in the entertainment industry. It identifies coverage options and helps members of the visual and performing arts community enroll in them.
Classes offered are for children, teens and adults. They are visual-art based and include ceramics, watercolor, oil painting, jewelry, encaustic, graphic design, photography and more.
Connects nonprofits with volunteer professionals. Requires a one-year membership fee.
We are the hub of the commissioned art economy. We connect all members of the industry, matching creative talent with creative opportunities, and providing digital tools that streamline the commission workflow process.
LaPlaca Cohen has an interesting resource called Culture Track that is the largest national study focused exclusively on the ever-changing attitudes and behaviors of U.S. cultural consumers.
A program of Carnegie Mellon, this site serves as a connection between the arts community, collaborative discussion and learning. It provides the arts community with resources to better understand and benefit from the intersection of arts and technology in order to make more informed management decisions in an increasingly technological society.
Free and open to all, to use think[box], start by viewing an Orientation Presentation, which explains general lab policies as well as how to get started using machines at the lab. If you would like to bring a group or class to think[box], please read the Information for Groups and Classes.