Need Money to Finish or Finance Your Work?

Grant, Daniel
January 2013
Crafts Report;Jan2013, Vol. 38 Issue 441, p34
The article discusses U.S. microloans as financing means of artists and art organizations. The author provides details about art-oriented lending organizations, such as the Craft Emergency Relief Fund, compares interest rates held by financing organizations, and describes various loan types, including the bridge loan. Non-profit organizations funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration are also mentioned as loan sources for artists. INSET: Loans for Art Associations.


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