We compiled a list of inspiring artistic care resources, methods, tools and care-riders developed by artists, artworkers, and curators from across the world. Let us know if you have a guide or tool that we can include!

Access Docs for Artists (2018), created by Leah Clements, Alice Hattrick and Lizzy Rose after a residency at Wysing Arts Centre in October 2018. Access project here.

Artist in Residence in Motherhood, template for self directed residency, by Lenka Clayton Studios. Read more here.

Mother House Studios, workspace with integrated childcare (2023), created by Procreate. Read more here.

Reimagining Care: 200 Questions About Care (2023), by Rubiane Maia, hosted by Live Arts Development Agency. Read more here.

Sick Time, Sleepy Time, Crip Time–a field guide Against Capitalism’ s Temporal Bullying, 
tools, essays and case-studies addressing care, disability, and Black and postcolonial transnational feminisms developed from the network of artists, organisers, and community partners in Waawiiyaatanong/Detroit and editors Taraneh and Cannach MacBride. Read more here.

The Hologram, Feminist, Peer-to-Peer Health for a Post-Pandemic Future (2020), anti-capitalist DIY triangle support model for care, by Cassie Thornton. Read more here.

Training for Exploitation, The Precarious Workers Brigade, a critical workbook and guide for culture workers. Access the guide here.

Åben Care Rider (2022), by Sidsel Ana Welden Gajardo, hosted by IDOART. Access care rider here.

Queering the Map, a community generated counter-mapping platform for digitally archiving LGBTQ2IA+ experience in relation to physical space. Queering the Map was initiated on the unceded traditional lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation. Access the map here.