WJAC: PA launches ‘Pandemic Unemployment Assistance’ site for self-employed, independent workers

WJAC: PA launches ‘Pandemic Unemployment Assistance’ site for self-employed, independent workers. ” Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry announced Saturday the launch of a new website for individuals to to file for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, according to a release. State officials say this will allow those who are self-employed, independent contractors, gig workers, etc to receive the unemployment benefits they deserve.”

Artnet: Are You an Artist Looking for Work? This New Website Wants to Connect You With Paying Customers Hungry to Learn How to Make Art

Artnet: Are You an Artist Looking for Work? This New Website Wants to Connect You With Paying Customers Hungry to Learn How to Make Art. “[The site] is designed to work similarly to TaskRabbit or Fiverr, websites that link gig workers to employers looking for people to do one-off jobs. It invites photographers, dancers, and website designers, among those in other disciplines, to sell their skills and knowledge to anyone looking for art lessons, or even to buy artworks. It’s free to sign up, and unlike other sites, HireArtists doesn’t collect a fee.”

Now on GitHub: Relief Fund Registry

Found via Reddit: Relief Fund Registry. “The Covid-19 crisis has severely impacted many folks’ ability to generate income and cover their living expenses. Fortunately, there are a multitude of funding options available for individuals during these troubling times, and we’ve created a simple aggregator of available organizations through which you or your family can apply to receive a helping hand.”

New Web Site Aggregates Resources for Freelancers Impacted by Coronavirus

A new Web site is working to aggregate information for freelancers impacted by COVID-19: COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources. From the front page “This list is specifically designed to serve freelance artists, and those interested in supporting the independent artist community. This includes, but is not limited to, actors, designers, producers, technicians, stage managers, musicians, composers, choreographers, visual artists, filmmakers, craft artists, teaching artists, dancers, writers & playwrights, photographers, etc.”