2021 Hurricane Preparations for US Gulf Coast Cultural Institutions - Shared screen with speaker view
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The recording will also be available on HAAand NCPTT YouTube and Facebook pages
Welcome everyone! As questions arise during the presentations, please use the Q&A function in Zoom
I will enter those links into chat.
NCPTT's new website can be found at httos://www.nps.gov/ncptt
Updated dplan/ArtsReady2.0 information is now at: artsready.org and www.nedcc.org/free-resources/dplan-the-online-disaster-planning-tool
Lots of great information!! I'm inspired to go get ready for a natural disaster.
The webinar recording will be available for viewing later on the HAA, NCPTT, and TxCERA websites
Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) https://www.houstonartsalliance.com/National Park Service National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) https://www.nps.gov/ncpttTexas Collections Emergency Resource Alliance (TX-CERA) https://txcera.org/
Feel free to send in questions to the Q&A function in Zoom
Thank you for the question Lisa
Another good question Lisa, I've sent it along to Steve to ask our panelists
Additional preparedness information for cultural institutions can be found at https://ready.haatx.com/
Additional preparedness info for Houston/Galveston https://www.weather.gov/media/hgx/HurricaneGuide2020.pdf
Definitely reach out to the NHR folks before you think about discarding collection materials that have been impacted. They can provide excellent advice and resources.
Special thanks to Houston Arts Alliance, Lauren Hainley, and Colby Wilson for technically making this webinar happen!
Excellent information! Thank you for this great panel.
Excellent information. Thanks