COVID-19 Action & Resource Center

 

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Join Arts NC for Double Webinar Wednesday - May 20, 2020

Both webinars will be available for free, without registration, on our website, you only need to register if you plan to attend.
 

Reopening the Arts in North Carolina – 1:30 PM

This webinar offers guidance as you craft your organizations’s plan to reopen to the public. Broad topics include: Patron Education, Worker Health, Sanitizing the Venue, Bringing the Public into our Buildings, and Examples of Strategies. In accordance with the Governor’s phased easing of restrictions, the conversation will center on the safety and legal issues surrounding reopening. Join NC Art Council Director of Operations and Arts Learning, Vicki Vitiello, The Wilson Center Executive & Artistic Director Shane Fernando and NC Theatre Conference Executive Director Angie Hays as they help us open the arts in North Carolina.
 
Due to overwhelming response, we have reached our registration capacity on this webinar. We will be attepting to broadcast it live on our Facebook page. It will also be available on our COVID-19 Training Videos Page within 24 hours.
 
Arts NC Facebook Page
 

 
  

Silver Lining Stories
Silver Lining Stories
Silver Lining Stories is a platform created for us share our stories of resilience and innovation in the face of this crisis, not only with each other, but also with elected officials and decision makers at the federal, state and local level.
 
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COVID-19 Arts Updates

Resource Links

US Chamber of Commerce Guide to Coronavirus Emergency Loans
NC DEPT. OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES- COVID-19 RESPONSE
 
CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
 
NC CENTER FOR NONPROFITS COVID-19 PANDEMIC RESOURCES
 
COVID-19 AND FREELANCE ARTISTS (INFO FOR ORGANIZATIONS TOO)
 
AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS COVID-19 RESOURCE AND RESPONSE CENTER
 
USDAC: ART BECAME THE OXYGEN, AND ARTISTIC RESPONSE GUIDE
 
ARTS READY
 
COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources
 
 

Thank you to our Champion Sponsors: Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County and Blumenthal Performing Arts.
			Thank you to our Grand Sponsors: Arts NC State, Audio & Light, Inc., Koka Booth Amphitheatre/Town of Cary, UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts.
			And Thank You to our Presenting Sponsors: Arts and Science Council, Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center, Durham Arts Council, North Carolina Museum of Art,
			North Carolina Music Educators Association, North Carolina Symphony, PlayMakers Repertory Company, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County,
			United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, Yadkin Arts Council, Inc.
Participants at ARTS Day
Thank You to our Sponsors: American Dance Festival, Cabarrus Arts Council, Caktus Group, Cape Fear Regional Theatre,
			Charlotte Ballet, Community Council for the Arts, Duke Says Sold, Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra, Fearrington Village, Gates County High School, Greensboro Symphony Orchestra,
			High Point Arts Council, John C. Campbell Folk School, Mint Museum of Art, NC Museums Council, NC Presenters Consortium, NC Black Repertory Company, North Carolina Theatre Conference,
			Stokes County Arts Council, theArtWorks™, Wortham Center for the Performing Arts, Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP. And Thank You to our Supporters: Armstrong McGuire & Associates,
			Arts Access, Arts Council Of Wayne County, Arts Council of Wilson, Arts of the Albemarle, Arts+, Artspace, Artsplosure, Asheville Area Arts Council, Blowing Rock Art & History Museum,
			Burning Coal Theatre Company, Carolina Ballet, Inc., Center for Craft, Children's Theatre Of Charlotte, Cucalorus Film Foundation, Dr. Tamara Holmes Brothers, Duplin County Schools,
			ECU School Of Theatre and Dance, Gaston Arts Council, Gina Harrison | GHDesigns.net, Jackson County Arts Council, Orange County Arts Commission, Penland School of Craft,
			PineCone: Piedmont Council of Traditional Music, The Arts Council of Wilmington/New Hanover County, The Paramount Theatre Foundation, United Arts Council Of Catawba County, Winston-Salem Symphony Association.
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