|Financial Assistance||FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE APPLICATION|
The Artists’ Fellowship provides emergency aid to professional fine artists and their families in times of sickness, natural disaster, bereavement or unexpected extreme hardship.
“Professional” is defined as those who make the creative arts as their livelihood as painters, sculptors, or art photographers through sales as reported on a Schedule C with Federal tax returns. An active exhibition history is also a part of documenting “professional.”
“Fine Artists” are defined as those who create images for sale through galleries, private commission or reproduction in mass media. Art photography as defined above is considered “Fine Art.” All media such as clay, sculpture, digital, traditional is considered “Fine Art” as defined above.
“Sickness, natural disaster, bereavement or unexpected extreme hardship” can be documented through paid or unpaid invoices or contracts.
The “need” must be current and documented, not anticipated.
Hobbyists, flea market brokers, agents and other creators of art with no record of sales as documented by a Schedule C are NOT eligible.
Performance artists and filmmakers are NOT eligible.
The Artists’ Fellowship does NOT provide aid for scholarships, residencies, study, art projects, exhibitions, art supplies, schooling or travel.
How to Apply for Financial Assistance
The Board of Trustees meets monthly year round to review all applications properly submitted and eligible. Applicants are encouraged to make their submission early in the month.Board Determinations All activities of the Relief and Assistance Committee and the Board of Trustees are kept in the strictest confidence. All applicants will be contacted by US Mail with the Boardís determination.
(as of April 2016)
Artistsí Fellowship, Inc.
47 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003
212-255-7740 (Salmagundi Club) dial ext. #216 for Artistsí Fellowship