For Artists in Need, a New Coalition Brings $11.6 Million in Speedy Relief

portrait of a person seated in a wheelchair with landscape in background Writer Anne Finger of California, who received a grant from the Artist Relief fund. Photo: Jim Wilson/The New York Times/Redux

“I’m high risk, so I’m kind of imagining that I’m going to be sheltering in place for a long time. I want to keep doing my art for another 20 years if I possibly can. So I really want to stay alive.”—writer and Artist Relief grant recipient Anne Finger (shown above). Learn how the fund is serving artists across the country—62% of whom have lost all income as a result of COVID-19—in the New York Times.

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Jillian Steinhauer, "For Artists in Need, a New Coalition Brings $11.6 Million in Speedy Relief," The New York Times, May 4, 2020.

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