Tag: emergencyresources



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 | 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 | Recopilación de Recursos por el Huracán Maria

Artistas impactados por el Huracán María: encuentren la ayuda que necesitan. Click here to read this post in English. A raíz de la devastación a gran escala causada por el Huracán María en Puerto Rico, las Islas Vírgenes de EE. UU. y Dominica, los artistas, los trabajadores culturales y sus comunidades han demostrado una notable…

NYFA Source | Hurricane Maria Resources Round-Up

Artists impacted by Hurricane Maria: find the support you need. Para leer este articulo en Español presione aquí. In the wake of large-scale devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Dominica, artists, cultural workers, and their communities have shown remarkable resilience. Spanish artist and Puerto Rico resident Noelia Medina…

NYFA Source | Hurricane Irma Resources Round-Up

Artists in Florida and other areas affected by Hurricane Irma: find the support you need. In times of recovery, arts and cultural practitioners play essential roles in their communities. That is one of the many reasons we strive to ensure artists are aware of the resources available to them, as they move forward in their…