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Hello friends and supporters of Contemporary Art Tasmania, How are you going in this strange time? The CAT team are working from their respective homes, and the gallery remains closed for now. In an attempt to cut through the digital noise we’ve compiled a list of resources, recommendations and things of interest. Sector Advocacy Where […]

Hello friends and supporters of Contemporary Art Tasmania,

How are you going in this strange time? The CAT team are working from their respective homes, and the gallery remains closed for now. In an attempt to cut through the digital noise we’ve compiled a list of resources, recommendations and things of interest.

Sector Advocacy
Where do I stand? Government stimulus packages (online event – 23 April)
MEAA
NAVA’s Arts Impact Survey and Government lobbying
I Lost My Gig
Facebook group for artists during Covid19
Adopt an Artist

Financial help and Resources
Support grants for Sole Traders in Tasmania
Arts Tasmania Screen and Digital Production Fund
Australia Council Resilience Fund
Arts Law
Accessing Centrelink as a Sole Trader (Arts Hub)
Clarity on JobKeeper from an artist who used to be an accountant

Mental Health Resources
Arts Hub – How to Cope with Covid19
Support Act – Wellbeing Hotline
Arts Wellbeing Collective
Lifeline 
Headspace
Beyond Blue
SANE Australia

CAT Recommends
Is this our chance to re-imagine the arts?
Little Lunch Online
She Oak Talks – First Nations podcast about Covid19

Constellations Audio (art for your ears!)

Other free(ish) stuff
JSTOR
The State Library Collection for Free!
Melbourne Digital Concert Hall
National Film and Sound Archive

CAT’s Digital Programs
What are you looking at?
Journal

p.s. How to pass the salt while maintaining proper social distance.

Source: Tasmanian Times https://tasmaniantimes.com/2020/04/useful-info-for-artists/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=useful-info-for-artists

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