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Arts United STL

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  • Sunday, May 31
  • 7–9 p.m. CT
  • Broadcast online and on HEC-TV
  • Free

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the livestream and donated to support the Artist Relief Fund!

If you missed the live broadcast, it's not too late to watch and get involved. Learn more about the RAC Artist Relief Fund below, including ways to make your own donation!

How to Donate to the Artist Relief Fund

  1. Give online at ArtsUnitedSTL.com
  2. Text "Artist" to (202) 858-1233

About Arts United STL

Join Opera Theatre, the Regional Arts Commission, the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival, and more than 15 other organizations for an inspiring evening of performances spanning music, theater, dance, visual art, and more, reflecting the artistic diversity and traditions of this community. All proceeds will go to the RAC Artist Relief Fund for local working artists.

learn more about the artist relief fund

This free virtual benefit aims to raise more than $250,000 through sponsorships and 1,000 individual donations in support of the RAC Artist Relief Fund, which provides emergency aid to St. Louis working artists whose livelihoods have been critically interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This benefit will present performances from groups including The Arianna String Quartet, The Big Muddy Dance Company, The Black Rep, Circus Flora, COCA, Jazz St. Louis, The Muny, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Saint Louis Ballet, St. Louis Children’s Choirs, St. Louis Shakespeare Festival, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, The Sheldon, STAGES St. Louis, the Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis, and more.  

About the Regional Arts Commission

The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis is the largest public funder of non-profit arts in the region, providing grants to individual artists, arts and culture organizations, and other programs since 1985. RAC established the Artist Relief Fund through the St. Louis Community Foundation on April 1st to help working artists who have lost income due to the pandemic. So far, the fund has distributed $500 and $1,000 relief grants to more than 130 artists and will resume accepting new relief applications once additional funds have been secured.