COVID-19/Coronavirus Update

Artist and Art Organization Resources

Published: 07/07/2020

As the City of Arts and Innovation, we know our arts community has been and will continue to be impacted by the recent events of the world. We’ve complied a list of resources to help our local artists and arts community during these tough times. 


Department of Energy

Kennedy Center

Library of Congress

  • Student Discovery Sets: Puts primary sources in student’s hands by bringing together historical artifacts and documents on a wide range of topics. The Student Discovery Sets are free on iBooks.
  • Current Exhibitions: The Library has several current exhibitions available online, including ones on Rosa Parks, the Nineteenth Amendment, comic art and more.
  • Digital Collections: Over 400 digital collections are available online, featuring content from U.S. Presidents, musicians, inventors, historic newspapers and more.
  • By the People: A crowdsourcing initiative that allows anyone to volunteer to improve access to history by transcribing, reviewing and tagging Library of Congress documents.
  • Ask a Librarian: The tool remains available to the public, with Librarians available to answer questions and provide research assistance.
  • Presentations & activities to help Students Learn about History


Riverside Art Museum

Riverside Office of Education

Smithsonian Institute


Artist Resources