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Artist Trust Information Services are used throughout the year by thousands of artists across Washington State and beyond. You can take advantage of Information Services here on our website, or receive information by phone, email, and at our office.

Resources: Includes a searchable database of current and ongoing opportunities including Grants, Awards, Prizes, Scholarships, and Residency Programs; current Employment listings and Employment resources; current Studio Space & Housing listings and housing/space related resources; discipline-specific resources, as well as legal resources, health resources, and emergency assistance programs.

Artists' Assets: A Guide to Artist Resources is a comprehensive 80-page print publication of information about hundreds of organizations, agencies, guilds and service providers that offer vital resources for artists. Artists' Assets is published annually. You can download your own copy from our website.

The EDGE Professional Development Program is a 50-hour professional development training program for visual artists. Applications to participate in this program are accepted each year in March.

Art Source is our quarterly newsletter full of articles of relevance to artists and arts patrons across Washington State.

(re)Source: A bi-monthly e-newsletter that informs you of new additions to our website and other timely events and opportunities. Click here to subscribe.

Event & Workshop Calendar: Searchable database of workshops and events across the state. The workshops listed include Artist Trust's How to Build a Strong Grant Application and Moving Forward: Resources for Artists workshops, as well as Washington Lawyers for the Arts legal clinics and workshops, and workshops and events offered by other organizations around the state. Events by Artist Trust grant recipients and EDGE graduates are also listed.

Professional Development provides answers to artists questions, such as: How do I prepare a budget for an art project? How do I write an artist resume? and more.

The Artists' Assets Area is a walk-in artist resource center full of professional development books and periodicals, a computer and printer for research or creating your resume, and much more. Open Monday-Friday 9:30am-5:30pm. Artist Trust is located at the corner of 12th Avenue and East Denny Way in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood (three blocks east of Broadway).

Artist Registry: An online registry of Artist Trust's grant recipients and EDGE graduates.

Health Insurance: Information for artists on health insurance.

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