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Our Hearts are with Our Community

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During this time, ArtWorks wishes you and your loved ones continued health and safety. We are committed to public safety during the COVID-19 spread. If you have questions or need resources,  please visit the City of Cincinnati’s COVID-19 website  or visit  United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s 211 page.
We Want to Hear From You
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How has the COVID-19 outbreak impacted you?

We want to be a resource and show support for our local art community. ArtWorks wouldn't be where it is today without the countless number of artists who have been involved with our organization. Our city is a vibrant gallery because of you . Please email us at to share any ideas of how ArtWorks can help you.
Take a #SecretSelfie

Have you participated in Secret ArtWorks ? Do you wonder who picked your art? Do you have really cool art from the event that you'd love to share?

Send us a #SecretSelfie with the artist's name. If your account is public, tag us and use the hashtag so we can find you! We'll share them on our Instagram stories to connect art buyers with artists . The only thing we want to be spreading today is love for the arts. Photo by Bergette Photography .
ArtsWave Coronavirus Arts Hub
As ArtsWave puts it, in moments of crisis and stress, we can find courage, inspiration, hope and camaraderie in the arts — music, theater, dance, festivals, museums and more. Cincinnati arts are eager for you to resume participating in their activities as soon as it's safe to do so. In the meantime, ArtsWave has launched its Coronavirus Arts hub, hoping these mindful moments make a different kind of impact.
Image by Quinn Fenlon. Photo by Ann Marie Lonsdale from the deYoung Museum.
COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources

COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources shares original resources and inspiration provided by Nicole Brewer, Ann Marie Lonsdale, Quanice Floyd, Tiffany Wilhelm, Brian Herrera, Hannah Fenlon, & Clementine Bordeaux.

The site features an aggregated list of FREE resources, opportunities, and financial relief options available to artists of all disciplines.
Creative Capital's List of Arts Resources During the COVID-19 Outbreak

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States, Creative Capital has created a list of resources for artists working in all disciplines, as well as arts philanthropists, and arts professionals.

They're also accepting resource submissions. Fill out this form to add to their list.
Americans for the Arts | Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource and Response Center

Americans for the Arts continues to closely monitor recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Federal and D.C. governments as developments evolve concerning the coronavirus. 

They have compiled a list of resources and opened an impact survey. The 5 minute survey will capture a broad spectrum of data and stories that will demonstrate how the arts and culture workers triumphed and survived this crisis as well as the effect of the outbreak on operations through cancelled events, lost wages, and additional expenses. 

While the situation continues to unfold, they will keep their page updated daily as news and information becomes available. Contact Ruby Lopez Harper ( ) if you have information to share on the page.
Indigo Hippo Family Kits

Indigo Hippo is offering family kits to keep you occupied while school is out and mobility is limited. Each kit will have 3-6 types of materials, and multiples of a material when appropriate (e.g., beads, paper, pins). Kits are valued at $5 each. The shop is taking COVID-19 virus precautions and offering curbside pick only Tuesday–Saturday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm.
Manifest Gallery: 16th Annual MAGNITUDE SEVEN | International Call for Artists

Manifest Gallery has issued a statement regarding the COVID-19 crisis. The gallery is continuing  current and future exhibition and publication processes Submissions to their projects will continue to be accepted. They will be making additional efforts to share images of exhibited works and installation shots via social media during the foreseeable future to provide 'virtual access'.

Every year Manifest produces an exhibit of little works of art from around the world. Magnitude SEVEN is open to everyone. The only limitation is that entries must represent original works of art that are 7" or smaller not including framing or presentation parts not considered part of the artwork itself. Each iteration of the exhibit brings in hundreds of powerful yet diminutive works for our jury to consider.

The deadline for entries is March 24, 2020.

For questions, please email Manifest here .
Batesville Area Arts Council | Call for Artists
Batesville Area Arts Council is seeking qualified artists or artist teams to create outdoor permanent art projects for multiple locations in downtown Batesville. At least one art installation is planned before September 25, 2020. The HeART and Sole initiative seeks to build upon the successes of recently completed public art and placemaking projects. This project’s focus will be to continue to enliven downtown Batesville by building the concept and design for a Living Walnut Street Corridor, which includes a plan for streetscape transformation with a public art component. The project aligns with initiatives identified by the community, Batesville Main Street, the City of Batesville’s strategic plan for attracting investment and creating a more vibrant and thriving downtown.

Deadline : Apply by March 30, 2020 . Installation & Completion Deadline: September 25, 2020.
Columbia Tusculum Community Art Installation Project 2020
"Bridging the Past to the Future" is a collaborative, outdoor art installation project that will take place in the Columbia Tusculum neighborhood. Produced by The Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum , t he goal of the project is to engage residents and visitors in/to the Columbia Tusculum neighborhood with community-collaborated art while visiting historic parts of the neighborhood. 
Artists will be connected with a Columbia Tusculum host-resident to plan, create and display a (front) yard-art installation. The art will be viewed for free by the general public during the corresponding week to the 2020 Homearama in Columbia Tusculum; September 13-27, 2020. This outdoor art event coincides with the 2020 Homearama taking place in our community. 

Timeline: Proposals are due by April 15 and will be selected by the second week in May.
Group Exhibition at Clifton Cultural Arts Center as part of Regional FotoFocus Biennial
The Clifton Cultural Arts Center is calling for artists to join their group exhibition for FotoFocus 2020.

They are accepting submissions until June 6 to fit this year's theme 'Light &'.

For questions, please contact:
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