Etched in Memory: Legacy Planning for Artists
Etched in Memory: Legacy Planning for Artists is a web resource designed to assist artists in preparing for and protecting their professional legacy through sound planning and archival practices.
The Research Center for Arts and Culture (RCAC)
The Research Center for Arts and Culture (RCAC) provides data and information in service of artists and the arts.
Elder Artists' Legal Resource
The Elder Artists’ Legal Resource was created on behalf of the Research Center for Arts and Culture at the National Center for Creative Aging. It is a unique online tool designed to help artists protect their life's work.
Joan Mitchell Foundation
established a program, Creating a Living Legacy (CALL), to provide support to mature visual artists in creating, through organizing and inventorying, comprehensive documentation of their artworks and careers.
lists over 14,000 awards, services and publications for individual artists.
Carter Burden Gallery
The goal of the Carter Burden Gallery is to create a dialogue with the arts community supporting our belief that older, lesser-known artists must not be overlooked due to age or decreased marketability in the current art scene. The gallery targets NYC artists over the age of 60, fostering a supportive and culturally-diverse community of re- emerging artists.
(Senior Artists Initiative) is a nonprofit organization that assists artists in understanding the need for and processes involved in organizing their life's work.
(Craft Emergency Relief Fund and Artists Emergency Resources) is a national artists’ service organization whose mission is to safeguard and sustain the careers of craft artists and provide emergency resources that benefit all artists.
Caring for Your Art: A Guide for Artists, Collectors, Galleries, and Art Institutions
by Jill Snyder informs readers how to store and handle art properly, photograph art, insure and secure art, set up proper environmental controls, mat and frame safely, and utilize manual and computer systems for record keeping.
ART/WORK: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As You Pursue Your Art Career
by Heather Darcy Bhandari, a gallery director, and Jonathan Melber, an arts lawyer, walks readers through the important business and legal issues artists need to stay in control of their careers and ensure they are being treated fairly.
The Artist's Guide: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love
by Jackie Battenfield provides a comprehensive guide for artists with real-life examples, illustrations, and step-by-step exercises, as well as tips on planning and assessment, and strategies for self-management, including marketing, online promotion, building professional relationships, grant writing, and portfolio development.
is a website solution for artists. The icompendium Web publishing system lets artists easily create and maintain a website at yourname.com. Add images, text and video with only a Web browser.
Visual Arts Archives and Artists' Legacies
is the subject of a series of articles included in the Brooklyn Rail selected by Critic's Page Guest Art Editor, Charles Duncan.
Write a Better Artist Grant Application in 15 Steps
Ready to become a better grant writer? Follow this easy step-by-step guide to getting funding for your art by Rachel MacFarlane as posted on Format Magazine.