Join our network, share stories, apply for internships, and other ways to support artistic freedom.
ARC has hundreds of partners in its network. If your organization works in the arts or offers resources that artists at risk can avail themselves of, then we encourage you to join the ARC network, even if serving artists at risk is not your stated mission.
Current opening: Artists at Risk Connection (ARC) Project Coordinator
ARC is seeking to hire a talented, energetic, and highly organized Project Coordinator. Please find more details on this opportunity and instructions on how to apply here.
Become an intern
ARC is seeking interns who are passionate about human rights, artistic expression, and serving artists at risk. Applications accepted until July 26, 2019. Find out more about these opportunities below:
Receive updates about the struggle for artistic freedom and the plight of individual artists. Tell artists you know about the many resources available to them. Share stories about individual artists and the challenges they face. Spread the word via email, social networks, and messaging platforms.
Your contributions provide unrestricted operating support, helping endangered artists receive resources that can keep them safe, healthy, and free to practice their craft.
Support ARC’s mission by making a tax-deductible donation online through our secure server or send a check to:
Artists at Risk Connection
588 Broadway, Suite 303
New York, NY 10012
We are grateful for donations of any amount, from individuals and organizations. No amount is too small.
For institutional inquiries or further information, please contact Julie Trébault, director of the Artists at Risk Connection.