UArts Response to Coronavirus
Updates from the UArts Community
Resources that are especially relevant and helpful during this pandemic along with key official government resources.
Handshake has compiled a list of free resources that are available to you as a US college student who may be displaced or otherwise impacted by current events.
Review the current status of the internship programs at many national companies
View a user-generated list of companies that are continuing to hire and those that are in a hiring freeze.
While there is a great deal of shifting under your feet, you have much of the potential and tools needed to navigate this. Here are some initial thoughts on why and how from a leader in career development.
An article from Koya Partners that offers some great tips on acing an online interview.
Website that posts home-based jobs and projects that are screened and verified as legitimate paid opportunities.
Parker Dewey offers the largest network of highly motivated college students and recent graduates who are excited to complete short-term, paid, professional assignments. While executing these Micro-Internships, Career Launchers demonstrate their skills and grit, and exceed expectations as they seek the right full-time role or internship.
RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS
Local resources and updates from The Cultural Alliance of Greater Philadelphia
The Social Distancing Festival is an online artist’s community made to celebrate and showcase the work of the many artists around the world who have been affected by the need for social distancing that has come about due to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Resources for Artists, Creative Workers & Organizations from Springboard for the Arts
The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) published a resource page for State Arts Agencies.
The Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) published a resource listing.
CERF+ published an update and resource listing geared for craft artists.
ArtsReady has great tools and resources to share.
Artist Thrive assembled a listing of helpful resources for artists.
Creative Capital artist resource page
The Conference Board has resources for the C-Suite with a 360° view of implications for business and insights on what’s ahead related to the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
WEBINARS & RECORDINGS
Register for free weekly self-care workshops offered by the Bartol Foundation that are designed especially for creatives and teaching artists.
Hosted by the Art of Education University. Register to watch live, or view an archive or recordings.
Recording available: Arts and Culture Sector and the Coronavirus: What we know and how to move forward? hosted by Americans for the Arts.
Coronavirus Preparedness for Theatres hosted by Theater Communications Group
Community Conversation on COVID19 hosted by the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable
This event https://vimeo.com/397826225 was produced by the Association of Teaching Artists, Teaching Artists Guild, Creative Generation, National Guild for Community Arts Education, NYC Arts in Education Roundtable, and Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic.
Artist Office Hours is an opportunity for artists to gather virtually via Zoom to talk, mourn, laugh and share music. The event takes place each day at 5pm PST.
Artists in a Time of Global Pandemic hosted by Howlround Theatre Commons offers resources and inspiration to freelance artists.
Financial Strategies for Freelance Artists in a Time of Crisis Recording available.