Below is a listing of information and resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic organized by 1) Health Information Resources; 2) Information for Arts Organizations and Freelance Artists; 3) Resources for Working, Teaching, and Learning Remotely; and 4) Social Justice. Each resource listing has some additional notations about topics that are available on that particular website. This page will be updated on a regular basis as more information becomes available. Please email additional info and resources to Rosemary Johnson.

COVID-19 Health Information Resources

Jefferson County Vaccine Hotline: 205-858-2221

World Health Organization (WHO) – Q&As, Mythbusters, Getting Vaccinated, and More

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Understanding Your Risk, Updates, Guidance

Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) – Dashboard Hub, Printable Graphics, Test Sites, Vaccine Updates

City of Birmingham Stay-At-Home Family Activity Guide

COVID-19 Information For Arts Organizations & Freelance Artists

New England Foundation for the Arts

  • Rebuilding and Reimagining the Arts Sector
  • Federal and State Relief Funding
  • Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Emergency Resources
  • Public Health Resources

National Endowment for the Arts on Covid-19

  • The American Rescue Plan
  • Federal Resources
  • Nationwide Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations
  • Vaccine Voices
  • Analysis: Covid 19’s Impact on Arts and Culture
  • The Road Forward: Best practices tip sheet for Arts Organizations
  • The Art of Reopening: A Guide to Current Practices
  • Ensure Accessibility of your Virtual Events


National Coalition For Arts’ Preparedness & Emergency Response (NCAPER)

Event Safety Alliance

Americans for the Arts

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource and Response Center

Resources For Working, Teaching, and Learning Remotely


Fractured Atlas – Fiscal Sponsorship, Visas, Fundraising, Knowledge Base

HowlRound TV

  • Ways of Gathering in the Age of COVID-19: A Guide to Livestreaming
  • Adding a Virtual Component to Your In-Person Event

PBS Learning Media

Greater Birmingham Arts Education Collaborative

UAB’s Alys Stephens Center Youtube Channel

  • Mental Health Mondays

COVID-19 and Social Justice

Asian Americans Advancing Social Justice (AAJC)

The Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies