Support for Artists

Many of you may have already seen today’s announcement of the CRNY opportunity for artist support.  The Earlville Opera House, CNY Arts, and Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts are partnering to present an informational session on February 22 at 7 pm.  The link for registration is included in the information I’m sharing here. Here is the link: it is also listed below in the basic information.

Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY) and the Earlville Opera House, CNY Arts, and the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts invite you to an online information session to learn more CRNY’s three-year $125M investment in the financial stability of New York State artists and the organizations that employ them.

Creatives Rebuild New York Information Session

February 22, 2022  7- 8 pm

Registration required:

Guidelines for CRNY’s Guaranteed Income for Artists and Artist Employment Program will be released on Monday, February 14 on the Creatives Rebuild New York website.

During the information session, CRNY team members will share details about eligibility requirements, selection processes, and deadlines for both programs. Attendees will also have the opportunity to connect with artists and organizations in the Southern Tier and Central New York regions. Upon request, all events can provide multilingual and ASL support.

Registration required. Visit to register in advance. Once registered, a Zoom link will be provided in the confirmation email.

About Guaranteed Income for Artists

CRNY’s Guaranteed Income for Artists (GI) program will provide regular, no-strings-attached cash payments to 2,400 New York State artists who demonstrate financial need.

About the Artist Employment Program

CRNY’s Artist Employment Program (AEP) will fund employment for 300 artists working in collaboration with community-based organizations across New York State for two years. Artists will receive a salary plus benefits and dedicated time to focus on their artistic practice. Community-based organizations will receive funding to support their collaborations with artists.


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