|The Art Connection
Description: An art donation and placement program for artists and collectors who want to donate artwork to public and nonprofit organizations. Serves as an art clearinghouse, simplifying the donation process and offering a wide range of original works for selection by qualifying nonprofit agencies.
| Art Connection in the Capital Region
Description: Works with artists and art collectors in donating artwork to nonprofit community groups.
|Art Connects New York (ACNY)
Description: Facilitates the installation of permanent exhibitions of contemporary artwork in diverse human service organizations to inspire critical dialogue and promote healing among the people those agencies serve, including those who were formerly incarcerated, those with physical or mental challenges, the elderly, homeless, and immigrants and refugees.
Artists Over Sixty Program, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Description: Provides legal services and education to senior artists to address age-specific legal and business issues. The program emphasizes the need for will drafting and estate planning services, and offers access to other legal services, including counseling on the use of artwork on the Internet and other digital media. The program also includes special education courses directed to the needs of senior artists.
Fine Art Adoption
Description: Arranges for the adoption of artwork by collectors. Artists can specify if they want work adopted by a nonprofit organization.
Joan Mitchell Foundation
Description: Sponsors the program Creating a Living Legacy (CALL), a initiative designed to provide support to older artists in the areas of studio organization, archiving, inventory management, and through this work create a comprehensive and usable documentation of their artworks and careers.
New York Health & Hospital Corporation
Description: The Art Collection program sponsors an art donations program.
Description: A nonprofit organization and program of the James Kirk Bernard Foundation, founded to celebrate and feature the works of deceased 20th and 21st century artists, spanning the full gamut of artistic expression. Showcases, promotes, and preserves the creative work of 20th and 21st Century artists who have died without recognition of the full measure of their talents or creative legacies.
|Senior Artists Initiative
Description: A nonprofit organization that assists artists in understanding the need for and processes involved in organizing their life's work. Educates artists about the process of documenting and inventorying their work, legal issues pertaining to their art, estates, and artists rights. Sponsors an Inventory And Oral History Project, and produces video interviews of established artists for online viewing.