Tag: emergency resources



COVID-19 | Connecting with Audiences in a Time of Isolation

Musicians Alexa Tarantino and Steven Feifke are livestreaming their music from their living room and raising funds for artists while doing it. In this time of great uncertainty, artists of all disciplines are connecting with audiences in digital spaces like never before. Visual artists are giving virtual tours of their gallery shows and more are…

Puerto Rico Earthquakes Resources Round-Up

Artists impacted by the Puerto Rico Earthquakes, find the support and community you need. Para leer este articulo en Español presione aquí. Recovering from a disaster is never easy, but it does not (and should not) have to be a lonely process. Several organizations out there can help you either through access to the right…

Business of Art | Protect Your Work from Natural Disasters

A disaster plan is essential for a safe and sustainable creative practice. At New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), we strive to empower artists to apply business principles to their creative careers with the goal of supporting their work and growing resources for their projects over the long haul. As winter weather impacts several…

Business of Art | Protect Your Work from Flooding with These Three Steps

No matter your discipline, it is imperative to protect your records and your work from water damage. A major natural disaster is difficult enough without facing the prospect of losing your artistic work. 2019 has brought extreme flooding to several areas of the country, and will likely bring more as the year progresses. Artists across…

NYFA Source | Alabama Tornadoes Resources Round-Up

Artists impacted by the Southeast Storms, find the right resources to aid in your recovery. Artists, were you adversely impacted by the tornadoes that touched down in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina? We’re here to help you find your safety net. Aid is available in many forms, and the assistance offered by arts organizations…