Artists' Resource Center

The Artists’ Resource Center (ARC) serves as a comprehensive career services hub, dedicated to supporting current students and alumni in their pursuit of employment and funding opportunities, and in advancing their professional aspirations. Available exclusively to School of the Arts students and alumni, the ARC is host to a database of more than 1,100 grants, scholarships, residencies, and other funding opportunities for artists. The ARC also contains resources for working artists, including up-to-date job postings in the arts sector and professional development opportunities.

Students and alumni can log into the ARC with their UNI and password. If you need to reset your password, you can do so using this link.

ARC Appointments

Need help applying for a residency or kicking off your job search? An extra pair of eyes to look over your resume or grant proposal? ARC Fellows have assisted many School of the Arts students and alumni in financing artistic ventures and finding employment in the arts sector. Schedule an appointment (in person or by Zoom) by filling out this online appointment request form.

Workshops and Events

The ARC hosts a number of professional development workshops and events throughout the year. Past events include:

  • How to Research Scholarships, Grants, Fellowships and Project Funds
  • Basic Grant Writing
  • Resume Development for Arts-related, Academic and “Day” Job Searches
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Life Skills 101: Medical Insurance, Rental Insurance, and Legal Services
  • Media Networking Night
  • Alumni Artist Panels


The ARC distributes a weekly e-newsletter (bi-weekly during the summer months) that lists jobs, internships, professional opportunities, and upcoming funding deadlines that may be of interest to students and alumni. If you need to be added to the ARC newsletter distribution list, please send your preferred email address to [email protected]. Enrolled students are automatically subscribed.

Professional Resources for Artists

Other Resources