COVID-19 in the Wisconsin Arts News

The New York Times

A Sector in Peril: Philanthropy’s Role in Responding to COVID-19 | Alan Brown

10 Socially Distant Things to Do Right Now and Not Go Crazy

A Healthcare Provider's Plea: Hollywood, We Need Your Help With Coronavirus (Guest Column)

For artists, the show must go on—and Zoom is their venue
Fast Company

Great Theater, Dance and Classical Music to Tune Into While Stuck at Home
The New York Times

Online festival celebrates arts affected by Covid-19
BBC News

Classical music: Acclaimed local soprano Sarah Brailey explains why performing artists and presenters need help during the COVID-19 pandemic
The Well-Tempered Ear

JEM Productions Holds Livestream Concert for COVID-19 Relief
Wausau Pilot & Review

For Madison musicians dealing with COVID-19 concerns, the show must go on(line)
The Capital Times

Buy local music - Here are ways to support your local musicians online while stages are dark

Who's streaming in Madison
Tone Madison

Musicians Rise To The Occasion: Resources for Artists & Fans
WORT 89.9

Youthful exuberance: Yasuda excited about leading this year's All-National Symphony Orchestra
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram

First Stage cancels all remaining performances for 2019/20 season
Urban Milwaukee

Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Local community theater holding 'virtual' auditions for coming play, Deadline: March 27

The Night the Lights Went Off Off-Broadway
American Theatre

In the Midst of Crisis, 'Theatre Is a Form of Knowledge'
American Theatre

Broadway, Shuttered by Pandemic, Reaches Short-Term Pay Deal
The New York Times

Covid's Metamorphoses: How Coronavirus Has Transformed the Artworld (updated)
CultureGrrl |

Adam Schiff: Here’s How Congress Can Help Struggling Entertainment Workers (EXCLUSIVE)

Meet the Milwaukeeans Putting on Virtual Performances
Milwaukee Magazine

Pabst Theater Group Creates Employee Relief Fund
Urban Milwaukee

'Instagram, how we feeling!' Can livestreaming replace cancelled gigs?
The Guardian 

IN DEPTH: Local musicians share their stories
Juneau County Star-Times​

'Full steam ahead until we're not': Summerfest exploring contingencies in face of coronavirus pandemic
Green Bay Press Gazette

The Surreal Experience of Playing in a Quarantined Hall

Social-distance weekend in Milwaukee: A things-to-do list
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Planning continues for Mile of Music despite coronavirus concerns

La Crosse Community Foundation, United Way establish fund to help displaced workers
La Crosse Tribune

Film fest falls, but movies endure - Organizers and filmmakers plan to regroup after cancellation due to COVID-19

Waukesha musician hosts Facebook Live concert to spread positivity

The Impact of COVID-19 on Investment Portfolios
Grantmakers in the Arts

The Unending Anxiety of Coronavirus Content
The New York Times

Fundraising Amidst a Global Pandemic
NonProfit Pro

What to Say to Your Supporters Right Now
NonProfit Pro

​​'Music as healing': For some Lawrence University students, this rehearsal was their last chance to perform together. The video went viral.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

This Milwaukee teacher and her kids post YouTube singalongs to encourage community amid social distancing
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel​​

A Message From the National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Regarding #COVID19
National Endowment for the Arts

Emergency Coronavirus Bill: A relief package with implications for nonprofits and artist residencies
Grantmakers in the Arts

5-Minute Survey: The Economic Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the Arts and Cultural Sector
Americans for the Arts

Stopping Coronavirus From Infecting the Culture of Our Community
Volume One Magazine

Our basic goodness shines as we take on the challenges of COVID-19
Richie Davidson | Linked In

Q&A: UW-Madison epidemiologist Malia Jones urges 'cocooning,' closures to prevent COVID-19 spread
The Capital Times

Finding Connection During An Pandemic
Wisconsin Public Radio​

Here are some ways to help artists, musicians, and venues impacted by COVID-19 closures
Milwaukee Record

What Nonprofit Board Members Should Be Doing Right Now to Address the COVID-19 Situation.

Waterparks, museums close; state tourism industry braces for hit from COVID-19

COVID-19 event cancellations: Communication is key to retaining public trust
The Conversation

Mathematician explains why coronavirus 'exponential growth' is not as terrifying as it sounds

Cancelled! Coronavirus precautions take their toll on the arts

Welcome to Wisconsin's new normal under coronavirus, where sports, church and even St. Patrick's Day is canceled
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Here's a list of everything that's been closed, canceled or postponed due to coronavirus concerns in the Milwaukee area
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Classical music: The coronavirus forces the cancellation of Bach Around the Clock plus concerts by pianist Drew Petersen and violinist Gil Shaham. Other groups will wait and see. Read local and national overviews
The Well-Tempered Ear

What Madison arts venues are remaining open, closed in light of the coronavirus
Madison Magazine

Cleaning for crowds under a coronavirus cloud

Virus darkens stages, silences orchestras across the US, AP

Just in: Grand Theatre suspends performances
Wausau Pilot & Review​​

A Message on Covid-19 Coronavi​rus and Arts Funding
Grantmakers in the Arts

Gov. Evers: Declares public health emergency due to COVID-19

Arts and Culture Sector Can Prepare for the Coronavirus in the United States
ARTS Blog | Americans for the Arts

A Huge Mistake Nonprofits Make in Preparing for COVID-19
NonProfit Pro​

Art + Small Business + Coronavirus, A Letter
Learning to See | Jennie Gao Studio Blog

​​Singing Through Crisis
Bill Geist's Zeitgeist

Music in the age of social distancing

SPECIAL REPORT: How COVID-19 is Impacting Intentions To Visit Cultural Entities (DATA)
Know Your Own Bone | Colleen Dilenschnieder

Their School Musicals Were Canceled. Then They Found a Bigger Stage.
The New York Times

The World of Books Braces for a Newly Ominous Future
The New York Times​

Coronavirus Artist Relief Drive Launched
Urban Milwaukee

Milwaukee-area art studios create to-go art kits to keep kids and adults busy while they're stuck at home
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

How to Virtually Explore the Smithsonian From Your Living Room

Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Week ahead: Performances that turned into blank spots in calendars

Coronavirus puts entertainment under quarantine
Racine Journal Times

RiverTown arts organizations feeling the pain of COVID-19

Milwaukee Arts Groups Respond to the Coronavirus
Shepherd Express

A few ways to support Madison artists during the pandemic
Tone Madison

Social distancing: Wisconsin armchair travel ideas for while you're stuck at home
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Play sheepshead, make old fashioneds and four other ways to 'social distance' Wisconsin-style
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

5 Library Services to Use at Home When the Library's Closed
Volume One Magazine

Coronavirus Is Changing Podcasting, Fast

Coronavirus Crisis: Movie Theaters Ask Trump, Congress For Loans, Tax Benefits

Movie Theater Owners: We Need a Bailout, Too
The New York Times​

About 120,000 Entertainment Industry Crew Jobs Lost Due to Coronavirus

The coronavirus crisis decimated Milwaukee's spring concert season. Venue owners are worried for the future.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Music Promoters Respond to Coronavirus
Shepherd Express

The show will go on. Just from their living rooms., AP

Wisconsin consumers can get a refund when events are canceled during COVID-19 outbreak
Wisconsin State Journal

Tips for people in Wisconsin seeking ticket refunds
NBC 26

It Was Their Big Debut. Then a Pandemic Hit.
The New York Times

Pandemic Erodes Gig Economy Work
The New York Times

Practical Steps During a Time of Uncertainty
Devos Institute of Arts Management | University of Maryland