The fall arts season is in full swing. So is flu season. And the winter storm season isn’t far behind. When disaster strikes, many arts and cultural organizations have no plan to help them prepare for, respond to and recover from an emergency.
Being prepared means having a plan BEFORE a crisis hits. Many arts and cultural organizations are busy paying the bills and launching the next show, leaving precious little time to craft an emergency plan.
Sound familiar? If so, take time now to plan for the next disaster. Arts and cultural organizations are invited to a free emergency-preparedness seminar, 2 to 4 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 21, at Seattle University’s Piggott Auditorium. Get more details and register here.
The seminar is hosted by Seattle University, in partnership with ArtsFund, 4Culture, the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs and Public Health-Seattle & King County.
Rita Jackson says
Please send any information you may have regarding emergency plan and other information.
Paula Podemski says
Please notify me of any future emergency preparedness seminars.