Select Page


Artist Business Continuity Planning

Rebuilding Your Art Business After a Disaster

Documenting Your Artwork

Art Studio Damage Assessment and Reporting


Tips for salvaging water-damaged tools


Protecting Your Digital Records


Protecting Your Art


How to Take an Inventory of Your Art Studio

Get Organized


The Bigger Picture as a Disaster Volunteer

Common Damage Agents


Deeper Commitments: Help Someone Organize Their Recovery

Artist Emotional Help After a Disaster

Dig In: How to Be a Helpful Volunteer in Disaster Recovery

How to Handle Hazardous Art Materials

Be in the Know

Up from the Ashes: Reclaiming Memories + Artistic Practice


Health Insurance


Do You Have a “Disaster Buddy?”

Artist Emotional Help Resources


Social Media During an Emergency

Protect Your Art Studio from Tornadoes

Collect, Record and Give Out Information

Your Insurance Support Network

Protect Your Art Studio from Fire

Staying Safe During Clean Up


Assessing potential hazards. Should I go there?


How to Protect Yourself from Post-Disaster Scams


What analogue documents you need to protect for your art business


Make a Disaster Plan

Deciding to Stay or Go

Protect Your Art Studio from Hurricane/High Wind

Creating Your Art Safely

Identify + Set Up Your Personal Support Network


Reporting Post-Disaster Scams


Protect Your Art Studio from Wildfire

Cleaning Guide to Using Water

Protect Your Art Studio from Earthquakes

Common Post-Disaster Scams


Tips for Working with FEMA + SBA

Does homeowners insurance cover my art studio?


Protect Your Art Studio from Power Outages

Art Conservation Treatments


DIY or Hire a Pro?


Silversmith Lynsey Richelle Decides to Get Ready through Studio Safety

| |

How to Get Business Insurance for Your Art Business


Why Artists Need Business Insurance

Evacuating Your Studio

Unsafe Building Conditions to Look Out For


Business Insurance: Can You Afford to Be Without It?

Steps to Salvaging Your Art Studio After a Disaster


General Tips on Salvaging Electronics

Flood Insurance for Artists


Creating Art After a Disaster

Handling Artwork

Guide to Insurance Claims after an Art Studio Disaster


Salvaging a Wet Computer

Salvaging Wet Hard Drives + Other Digital Storage Media

Theft Prevention

Salvaging Motors, Switches, + Other Electromechanical Devices

Guide to Creating an Emergency Communications Plan

Earthquake Insurance for Artists


Salvage DOs + DON’Ts


Make an Evacuation Plan

Think Like a Building Inspector

Artist Safe Storage Tips


Salvage First Steps + General Rules


Turning the Page: Book Artist + Beneficiary Charlotte Wegrzynowski

Artist Crowdfunding After a Disaster

Types of Business Insurance Coverage for Artists


Artist Studio Ready + Reopen Planning

How Artists Should Assess and Prepare for Risks

Equipment and Supplies for Clean Up and Salvage


Simple Emergency Salvage Techniques for Your Artwork


Predict Unpredictability

Protect Your Art Studio from Snow and Ice

Protect Your Art Studio from Flood

Salvaging a Wet Cell Phone

Art Galleries & Insurance: Consigned to Protection


Organize Your Art Studio

Getting Legal Assistance for Your Art Business

Have a Disaster Buddy

When You Need a Lawyer for Your Art Business

Working with Volunteers for Disaster Clean Up

Stopping a Mold Outbreak After Water Damage


How to Safely Dry Wet Documents and Art