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Local News: New Artist Relief Fund to Help Gig Artists of the CSRA

Jessye Norman School of the Arts has announced the formation of an artist relief fund to serve gig artists in the CSRA that have lost work and income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund is made possible by a group of CSRA based local arts non-profits for gig, contracted, or self-employed artists of all disciplines

To learn more and/or apply for The Artist Relief Fund, click here.
This Artist Relief Fund is made possible by a grant from the Community Foundation of the CSRA & The United Way of the CSRA. The fund is overseen by a consortium of local nonprofits:
-Augusta University Department of Art & Design
-Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art
-Greater Augusta Arts Council
-Jessye Norman School of the Arts
-Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History
-Sacred Heart Cultural Center
-The Augusta Players
-The Morris Museum of Art
-Westobou

Local News is a section of Diva Chronicles Magazine that highlights information useful to the citizens of Augusta, Ga, and the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA), where it is based.

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