Join CERF+ and fellow artists of all disciplines including performing, visual, crafts, film/media, literature, etc. in this interactive, two-part free online workshop for information and resources so that you can better prepare for, respond to, and recover from crises both big and small.
**4-5:30 p.m., May 26 and 27**
About This Workshop
While we’re still navigating the emergency of COVID-19, we also know that emergencies don’t take turns. What can you do to withstand and survive a career-threatening emergency and be more ready and resilient as an artist? In this workshop, you'll learn about the non-profit organization CERF+, conducting a risk assessment, studio safety, disaster and emergency preparedness, documentation and safe storage, business insurance, and key actions to take to protect your career. You’ll have an opportunity to share what has worked for you and what has been challenging in the past year, and you’ll come out of this workshop with your own plan for a ready and resilient career.
This free online workshop is being presented by the Vermont Arts & Culture Disaster and Recovery Network (VACDaRN). VACDaRN builds relationships among people involved with arts and cultural heritage. VACDaRN provides resources and training in readiness and in how to respond in the event of an emergency to mitigate the impact of disasters and ensure that our communities recover quickly and grow more resilient.
Closed captioning will be provided for this workshop.
We invite you to contact us with specific accommodations that you need to facilitate your participation in the workshop. We will make every effort to honor your requests when they are made two weeks prior to the event.Contact Michele Bailey, 504/ADA coordinator, with questions about access. She can be reached by sending an email to Michele Bailey or by calling 802.402.4614 Voice and relay calls welcome.
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