This archive website collects queer designs, artists and their work with an alphabetic order. Head over to their beautiful website and discover how many people worked with, for and as queer since years!

Reframing the Future was founded by a creative collective to work with artists to help National Bail Out and Marsha P. Johnson Institute in the US confront white supremacy. The action centers around a fundraise. They sell prints from which the proceeds will be donated.

This is a fund-raising campaign for Robert Johnson club in Offenbach together with collaborators in the fields of art and design. The goal is to help them until they can reopen.

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Designers Against Coronavirus is a digital archive that shows the emergency we are facing through the eyes of designers, illustrators and creative studios from all over the world. DAC’s ultimate goal is to raise funds to fight the Covid-19 outbreak.

This is an online symposium for design, art, photography and sound. Their aim is to stay connected during the global pandemia. Cultural interaction will be nurtured and made accessable to anyone in online live-streams. The event is free and backed by well-known supporters.

Bridges for Music from South Africa includes projects about contruction of music and multimedia schools, bursaries and awareness. They develop projects to empower underprivileged communities, bridge socio-economic gaps, artists and social entrepreneurs.

A digital platform with live streamings, virtual exhibitions, digital content and interviews. The aim of this project is to support their local and international artists, especially creating content for queer.

A place for all of your covid-19 quarantine creations, anything goes photos, food, videos, drawings and whatever comes to mind.

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Fundraiser campaign to support the Elmhurst Hospital Center in New York City.

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This is a non-profit organisation founded by people from different fields which are mostly freelancers. Its purpose is to support creatives, small business owners and people in financial need. Profit is shared equally among the supported projects.

The website showcases photographic conversations between self-isolated photographers.

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Get your virtual sticker for this movement on their homepage and show your support for the creative industry.

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Club Quarantäne e. V. is a non-profit organisation to support artists during and after the corona crisis. 

The aim of Club Quarantäne is to introduce an artist as quickly as possible every day and to support them with 500 euros for an indefinite amount of time.

The artists receive the money directly from Club Quarantäne. Nobody should be forced to interrupt their creative process and cultural contribution. The project is a parachute for creative professionals in the Corona crisis and after.