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Creating Art After a Disaster

Creating Art After a Disaster

Traumatic experiences can provide chances for growth and learning. Use your emotions or circumstances to tell your story, inform your creative process or find inspiration for content and meaning. Reach out to others who have been similarly affected for support and solidarity.

Restoring Your Business After a Disaster

Planning ahead can help you stay in business. Creating a quick studio reopen plan will increase the likelihood your business will survive a disaster, and knowing the safety steps to take before a disaster occurs will help avoid casualty.

Working With a Gallery After a Disaster

Working With a Gallery After a Disaster

July 10th, 2016

As an artist, your work is part of you: an extension of your psyche, your worldview, your story. It doesn’t get more individualized than that. And yet, you need to balance total subjectivity with a necessary objective: making a living.

Best Practices: Responding to Artist’s Disaster

Be prepared to be of greatest use to any disaster affected person, and know what might be especially helpful to an artist. Whether you are helping out for an afternoon or in it for the long haul, these tips can be invaluable.