Tag: emergency resources



NYFA Source | Hurricane Michael Resources Round-Up

Artists in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia: were you impacted by Hurricane Michael? Help is available. Artists, we’re here to help you find your safety net. Aid is available in many forms, and we encourage you to apply, apply, apply. Though it can be a time-consuming process, the assistance offered by arts organizations and federal…

NYFA Source | Hurricane Florence Resources Round-Up

Help is available for artists in the Carolinas, Virginia, and other areas affected by Hurricane Florence.  Finding the right recovery resources in times of need can be difficult and stressful. As the East Coast begins its rebuilding effort, we rounded-up organizations that can offer you the assistance you need to begin this challenging process. Along…

NYFA Source | California Wildfire Resources Round-Up

Artists of all disciplines, find the support you need. Have you or someone you know been impacted by the California Wildfires of 2017 and 2018? Artists can be especially vulnerable members of the economy, and, for that reason, many arts organizations offer ongoing or disaster-specific emergency assistance. Below, we’ve highlighted these programs in the hopes…

NYFA Source | Resources for Immigrant Artists

We’ve rounded up organizations who serve and support immigrant artists. The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) stands with all organizations and individuals working on behalf of immigrant communities. We oppose policies that negatively impact these communities, as their collective voices are vital to increasing understanding, building community, and reinforcing our humanity. We are…

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS FOR ARTISTS

Safeguard your artistic practice with these resources Natural disasters can occur at any moment – tornadoes, fires, floods and hurricanes all have the power to devastate the lives of artists with irreplaceable artwork immediately destroyed. The thought of repairing a studio or workspace is incredibly daunting. Yet when an emergency strikes, you should be prepared.…