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Give to Hurricane Harvey Efforts

Give to Hurricane Harvey Efforts

While the impact on artists and arts organizations is still being assessed, we know that many in Louisiana and Texas were dramatically affected. As one example, the Chauvin sculpture garden in Thibodeaux, LA is underwater.


Chauvin Sculpture Garden in Thibodeaux, LA underwater following Tropical Storm Harvey

Contributions for artists and arts organizations in Texas can be made here through the Mid America Arts Alliance: https://www.maaa.org/advocate-for-the-arts/donate-to-texas/

Contributions for artists and arts organizations in Louisiana can be made here through Creative Relief Louisiana: https://creativerelieflouisiana.org/

Not-for-profit organizations dedicated to serving the Greater Houston arts and cultural sector have joined together to launch the Harvey Arts Recovery Fund. The Fund will accept tax-deductible donations to provide aid to individual artists who suffered personal and professional losses during Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that followed, as well as financially assist small and mid-sized arts and cultural organizations rebuilding after Harvey. More info: http://www.harveyartsrecovery.org/

Weekly calls are being held for all Texas arts responders and organizations impacted by Hurricane Harvey, hosted by the National Coalition for Arts’ Preparedness and Emergency Response: Thursdays, 1:00PM CST. To receive call-in information, email mquinlanhayes@southarts.org and put Harvey Calls in the subject line.

If you are interested in supporting a particular arts or arts education organization that’s been impacted by Hurricane Harvey, click here for a list, which will be updated regularly.

Thank you for your support!

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Mollie Quinlan-Hayes

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09/06/17

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