Consider helping with organizing and completing assistance application forms
Did the artist lose studio space? Is he or she ready to create artwork again if a studio were available?
Consider helping locate a workable studio space for the artist, possibly sharing your studio or the studio of a nearby artist
Online crowdfunding after an emergency has proved to be a successful way for many artists to garner recovery funds. Here are some tips that can help the artist you are assisting make the most of crowdfunding
Though the emergency affected person can manage a crowdfunding campaign, it is likely to be more successful if produced and managed by a supporter, preferably with helpers.
Tell the emergency story in a compelling way, using photos and videos if possible
Expand the reach of the campaign though supporters’ active social networks
Update the campaign often, thanking supporters and adding news of the recovery
Give them a break: Having a break from the emergency recovery, even a short one, can help clear the mind and provide renewed energy to deal with the tasks ahead. Consider helping the artist in this way if appropriate.
Get away from the “disaster life”
Organize meals and other help with friends and family of the artist online.