"Creation is an act of healing that forges new paths and possibilities, for our individual selves, our communities, our traditions—and for survival itself."
Through our Artist Support Program, we build creative capacity for Bay Area-based refugee, immigrant and BIPOC artists and cultural practitioners through professional development, networking opportunities, and project planning support. In all of our work, we center the artists, their wellness and their dreams.
We collaborate with artists to identify the needs they have in project or professional development, and provide support through the following:
Project Support & Coordination
Including fiscal sponsorship, mini-grant program, administrative and logistical support for exhibitions and programs.
Including workshops and trainings on grant writing, portfolio reviews, and networking opportunities.
Creating and identifying opportunities for artists to become community educators, leaders, teaching artists, and performers.
Including Membership program, artist meet-ups, our mentorship program for artists, and more.
If you are an artist and want to connect with our programs, please fill out the Artist Questionnaire below and we’ll connect with you soon. If you have any other questions please contact Michelle Lin, Artist Support Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.