Certainly Houston Arts Alliance has gotten its share of public criticism lately from artists and more, and its new website isn’t complete yet, but in the wake of all the region’s flooding (too soon? pun really not intended… ) today the HAA sent out a formal “Request for Response” to artists and art organizations and here is is verbatim:
Artists and arts/cultural organizations: Did you suffer damage or loss due to this week’s flooding?
Houston Arts Alliance is greatly concerned with your condition as a member of Houston’s arts/cultural community. City of Houston elected officials have directly contacted us to express an equal amount of concern and would like to ensure that you are aware of the aid, recovery resources and services available to you.
If you are an artist or arts/cultural organization and have suffered damage as a result of this week’s disaster, please email us at email@example.com with the following:
- Your Name
- Your Organization (if applicable)
- Preferred Phone Number
- Preferred Email
- Your Physical Address
- Your City of Houston Council District (if available/applicable)
- A Damage/Loss Description
- Are You Insured? (Yes/No)
PLEASE NOTE: Houston Arts Alliance will endeavor to connect you with available resources, services and city leadership as soon as possible.
also by Christina Rees
- Richard Serra Prints at the Nasher Sculpture Center - March 22nd, 2017
- The Legend of Montie Ritchie versus the International Art Thieves - March 4th, 2017
- Ross Bleckner at the Dallas Contemporary - February 19th, 2017
- Bruce Conner’s 'CROSSROADS' in 2017 - January 29th, 2017
- Goodbye to 2016, or, Tripping Over Nostalgia - December 18th, 2016