[NetBehaviour] SSS resources (fwd)

{ brad brace } bbrace at eskimo.com
Mon Nov 5 23:20:28 CET 2012


ARTISTS

Emergency Resources for Artists: Artists, please note: if
any of your work or live/work space has been damaged, take
pictures and keep receipts of whatever you spend during this
time.

Self-employed people are eligible for 'disaster unemployment
insurance' in areas where a federal declaration of disaster
has been declared. About.com explains more:
http://jobsearch.about.com/od/unemployment/g/disasterunemployment.htm

LMCC's Emergency Grants List:
http://www.lmcc.net/uploads/grants/forms/2012-Fundraising-Emergency_Grants.pdf

NYFA's Emergency Grants List:
http://www.nyfa.org/source/content/content/disasterresources/disasterresources.aspx?DRID=54&CID=5&UDRID

Joan Mitchell Foundation: sent out this message after the
Hurricane: "If you are - or know of - a visual artist who
has been affected by the hurricane please contact us. The
Foundation has funding allocated specifically for emergency
assistance to painters and sculptors affected by natural
disasters... We know that communication for many is very
limited now, but our staff can be reached by email at:
info at joanmitchellfoundation.org."

Small Business Disaster Relief Loans: Federal: Small
Business Administration
(http://www.sba.gov/category/navigation-structure/loans-grants/small-business-loans/disaster-loans
City: Department of Small Business Services has set up a
Sandy recovery website
(http://www.nyc.gov/html/sbs/nycbiz/html/home/home.shtml).
For more information about the loans, call 311 and ask for
NYC Business Solutions.

Links to salvage / conservation / recovery information:
Conservation OnLine:
http://cool.conservation-us.org/byorg/nps/npsafter.html
Studio Protector:
http://www.studioprotector.org/OnlineGuide/Salvage.aspx
American Institute for Conservation:
http://www.conservation-us.org/disaster National Center for
Preservation Technology and Training:
http://ncptt.nps.gov/wet-recovery/ Heritage Preservation:
http://www.heritagepreservation.org/PROGRAMS/TASKFER.HTM
Craft Emergency Relief Fund:
http://craftemergency.org/emergency-response Arts Ready:
https://www.artsready.org/page/useful_links National
Document Conservation Center:
http://www.nedcc.org/disaster/disaster.php (Hotline:
+1.978.470.1010) MoMA consortium on conserving works
released this document on emergency handling of artwork
damaged by flooding.

Other: Christie's: Christie's is arranging space for
Downtown artists to use their laptops and charge their
phones, and may be able to assist galleries with storage
space for their art. Those interested, please call (212)
468-7177.

New York City Economic Development Corporation: For any
business temporarily displaced, NYCEDC may have short-term
"swing" office or storage space: information at
www.nyc.gov/nycbusiness.

New York City Arts Coalition offers helpful information
about FEMA: Federal disaster resources will be dependent on
your (or your arts group/business) being registered at FEMA.
Go to www.disasterassistance.gov.

NOTE: Performing Arts groups: The federal legislation that
controls eligibility had some limitations after 9/11, which
the Chair of NYSCA, Richard Schwartz, was able to work with
the Pataki administration to have lifted. This means that
Performing Arts groups may be told they are ineligible.
Please let us know if this happens to you.



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