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Studio Protector

  1. 1. An Introduction to the
  2. 2. Produced by for the C OALITION FOR A RTISTS ’ P REPAREDNESS AND E MERGENCY R ESPONSE
  3. 3. AN EASY-TO-USE READINESS AND RESPONSE RESOURCE to help save your art, your workspace, and your career
  4. 4. A hidden magnetic catch keeps the Studio Protector wall chart closed. Size closed is 10”x13”
  5. 5. COVER YOUR “A’s” Wheel chart contains information about safeguarding your ART ASSETS ARCHIVES To reduce the impact of disaster (whether a major natural disaster or a smaller personal disaster like a hard drive crash or a broken pipe)
  6. 6. COVER YOUR “A’s” Wheel Chart contains tips on: Insurance
  7. 7. COVER YOUR “A’s” Wheel Chart contains tips on:  Insurance  Safeguarding Your Workspace
  8. 8. COVER YOUR “A’s” Wheel Chart contains tips on:  Insurance  Safeguarding Your Workspace Protecting:  Vital Documents
  9. 9. COVER YOUR “A’s” Wheel Chart contains tips on:  Insurance  Safeguarding Your Workspace Protecting:  Vital Documents  Portfolio
  10. 10. COVER YOUR “A’s” Wheel Chart contains tips on:  Insurance  Safeguarding Your Workspace Protecting:  Vital Documents  Portfolio  Digital Files
  11. 11. COVER YOUR “A’s” Wheel Chart contains tips on:  Insurance  Safeguarding Your Workspace Protecting:  Vital Documents  Portfolio  Digital Files  Art
  12. 12. COVER YOUR “A’s” Wheel Chart contains tips on:  Insurance  Safeguarding Your Workspace Protecting:  Vital Documents  Portfolio  Digital Files  Art All backed up by in-depth information on the Studio Protector companion web site.
  13. 13. The Studio Protector Unfolds to approximately 10” x 24”
  14. 14. The Protect-O-Wheel Chart contains tips on disaster planning:
  15. 15. The Protect-O-Wheel Chart contains tips on disaster planning: Risk Assessment
  16. 16. The Protect-O-Wheel Chart contains tips on disaster planning: Risk Assessment Fire & Flood Preparation
  17. 17. The Protect-O-Wheel Chart contains tips on disaster planning: Risk Assessment Fire & Flood Preparation Wind & Earthquake Prep.
  18. 18. The Protect-O-Wheel Chart contains tips on disaster planning: Risk Assessment Fire & Flood Preparation Wind & Earthquake Prep. Communication
  19. 19. The Protect-O-Wheel Chart contains tips on disaster planning: Risk Assessment Fire & Flood Preparation Wind & Earthquake Prep. Communication Evacuation
  20. 20. The Protect-O-Wheel Chart contains tips on disaster planning: Risk Assessment Fire & Flood Preparation Wind & Earthquake Prep. Communication Evacuation Resuming Work
  21. 21. The Studio Protector Has 5 removable pocket-sized booklets  “Pocket Protectors”
  22. 22. Getting Help
  23. 23. Getting Help The cover is held open by a hidden magnetic catch giving quick access to  Emergency phone numbers  Last-minute evacuation measures
  24. 24. Getting Help Tabbed pages include:  Space for essential local emergency resource contacts  Disaster aid checklist  National disaster resources
  25. 25. Getting Help Tabbed pages include:  Space for key arts contacts  List of national emergency arts resources or “arts responders”
  26. 26. Getting Help Tabbed pages include:  Space to outline critical medical and disability needs
  27. 27. Getting Help Tabbed pages include:  Space for evacuation plan notes and a checklist of things to take
  28. 28. Getting Help The booklet pulls out to make it easy to take your list of emergency contacts with you
  29. 29. Disaster Warning Things To Do IF You Have Time This 8 page “Pocket Protector” is full of tips for last-minute actions to take when a disaster is likely
  30. 30. Clean-up Easy to follow first steps to get started with disaster recovery
  31. 31. Salvage Prevent Further Damage Save What You Can 12 pages of tips on salvaging artwork, papers, tools and supplies
  32. 32. E-Salvage Salvage of Electronic Equipment and Documents Tips on salvaging computers, cell phones, disks, tapes, digital files and electronic gizmos
  33. 33. Pocket Protectors • Gatefold folders printed on heavy cover stock.
  34. 34. Pocket Protectors  Gatefold folders printed on heavy cover stock.  Easy to follow checklists, tips, do’s and don’ts  Colorfully illustrated  Pocket-sized  easy to carry with you
  35. 35. The Studio Protector An easy-to-use disaster readiness and response resource for any artist whose practice involves a studio environment •Craft Artists and Sculptors •Designers and Graphic Artists •Media Artists and Visual Artists …and anyone working independently in the arts
  36. 36. The Studio Protector Artist-Designed and Artist-Tested Ready for wall-mounting in the studio, office, or near the telephone The Studio Protector will be augmented by a companion web site, www.studioprotector.org, wi th in-depth articles, videos, and other supplementary material
  37. 37. The Studio Protector The Artist’s Guide to Emergencies Proceeds from the sale of the Studio Protector support the production and distribution of artists’ emergency resources
  38. 38. Made possible with major funding from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and additional funding from Joan Mitchell Foundation and Americans for the Arts. Sponsors: American Craft Council, Craft in America, Robert A. Katz Memorial Foundation Graphic Designers: Unlikely Suburban Design, Nashville, TN & Henry Mangrum, Nashville, TN Art Director: Craig Nutt Project Director: Meg Ostrum Paper Engineer: Carol Barton Illustrators: Dan Brawner, Marilyn Murphy ©2009, Craft Emergency Relief Fund. All rights reserved.

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