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Emergency Arts provides consulting and creative resources to support communities in emergencies. I created Emergency Arts after more than 20 years of experience in arts and community development across four continents. Wherever you are in the world, I’m here for you. Let’s transform together.
Amelia Brown is such a star! She is warm, compassionate, full of energy, and so smart. I had a consultation with her over the phone and I cannot to wait to meet her in person! Amelia is passionate about what she does and has such a heart for artists and our community.
Amelia Brown gave a powerful and stirring keynote address at our 2020 TYA/USA Virtual Festival & Conference. She brought clarity and insight into the types of emergencies, the intersectionality of emergencies, and the ways artists can engage during crisis. Her presentation was a true highlight of the event.
The Community Emergency Relief Fund [a partnership of Emergency Arts and Springboard for the Arts] exists, and has thrived, due to Amelia’s leadership, dedication, and ability to share her knowledge...Emergency response is a topic I knew nothing of prior to our working together and, thanks to Amelia, quickly became the most rewarding work of my career.