Applications are now open for the Culture Connects Coalition Artist Relief Fund, which aims to grant $100,000 to Santa Fe artists whose incomes have been affected by the coronavirus. The application can be found in English here and Spanish here, and grant amounts will range from $500 to $1000. The fund is a partnership between the City of Santa Fe’s Arts and Culture Department and the Lannan Foundation, and is seeking additional donations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (505) 955-6653 to make a contribution. Read the full story here.
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