Artist Resource Center - Insurance and Liability

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Courtesy of Arts Law.

 

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Courtesy of Studio Protector.org

 

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Courtesy of Studio Protector, and Craft Emergency Relief Fund.

The following organizations and companies offer business insurance to artists. We provide this as a resource only, and do not endorse products offered by any company or organization.  

 

Contact list available at studioprotector.org

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Craft artists who are members of Fractured Atlas can purchase annual general liability insurance at extremely competitive rates. This program offers general liability coverage for the artist year round; you can elect to cover your artwork, your equipment, and your materials as well.

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Lots of people can sell you insurance, but Fractured Atlas is different. We're a non-profit organization that supports the arts and creative industries.

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Insurance for public art projects can be a nightmare to understand: every city and commissioning entity is likely to ask for different insurance in different ways. This guide is here to help you begin to navigate the maze of requirements that your next project may present.

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Every city, every school district, every location asks something different from your insurance coverage, and the situation can seem overwhelming and impossible to understand. Your insurance needs to meet the demands of the school as well as the demands of your budget. This guide will help you to decide what is absolutely essential, what is relatively important, and what is simply nice to have.

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Insurance for public art projects can be a nightmare to understand: every city and commissioning entity is likely to ask for different insurance in different ways. This guide is here to help you begin to navigate the maze of requirements that your next project may present.

 

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As a musician, insurance may not be something that you have had to consider very often. However, when the issue arises it's best to know what to look for and the most important types of coverage to consider.

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