Archived Webinars


Recent (within the past 30 days) 

Wisconsin Arts Board and Arts Wisconsin Resource Sessions

  • "WI's Creative Sector Navigates the New SBA Programs" - The U.S. Small Business Administration's (SBA) Public Affairs Specialist for Wisconsin, Shirah Rachel Apple, talks with Wisconsin's creative sector about navigating the SBA's new loan and debt relief resources - April 13 & 15​

CARES Act, Emergency Relief Funds​, and Other Resources

  • Putting the Puzzle Together: COVID-19 Relief for Performing Artists, Arts Workers, And Arts Organizations​ - Association of Performing Arts Professionals​ - April 14 (recording available soon)​
  • "Your Orchestra and COVID-19 Federal Relief"- League of American Orchestras - April 8 ​(recording available here​)​


  • "Ask an Expert: The Legal Landscape of Livestreaming" - presented by the Alliance for Performing Arts Conferences - April 21 (recording coming soon)
  • "Crisis Communication and Reputation Management for Performing Arts Organizations" - Performing Arts Readiness - March 25 (access the webinar here)
  • "Networking for Disaster Management in the Performing Arts" - Performing Arts Readiness - March 24 (access the webinar here)
  • ​"Arts and Culture Sector and the Coronavirus: What we Know and How to Move Forward" - March 19​ ​(recording available soon)​
  • "We Are Stronger Together: Navigating Crises & Sustaining Healthy Relationships in the Era of Coronavirus" - March 18 (read the transcript here; recording coming soon)


  • "Managing Your Credit in A Time of Crisis" - Art World Conference - May 12​ (recording available soon)

  • "COVID-19 and Your Nonprofit: Crisis Comms, Fundraising and Event Considerations for Challenging Times​" - March 17 (webinar available here​)

Virtual Programming

  • "Legal Issues of Livestreaming" - Livestreaming events or presenting prerecorded performances online involves ​there are many legal issues for presenters and artists to consider before moving into this new realm of arts programming. Join our sister state arts agency, Georgia Council for the Arts, and Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, in a webinar on the Legal Issues of Livestreaming. This session will present a broad overview of the issues performing arts organizations and artists should consider before livestreaming or presenting taped events. Participants may ask questions of the presenter.  ​​September 29, 2020


Response, Resiliency, and Wellness​

  • "Mental Health for the Arts: Helping Students Cope After COVID-19" - Center for Creative Arts Therapy - April 14 (recording available soon)
  • "​Managing Stress from Home" - LYRASIS and the Performing Arts Readiness​ Project - April 8  (recording available soon)

Arts Education

  • The National Guild for Community Arts Education's interactive roundtable sessions and webinars are available here - ongoing

Reopening and Resilience