AAAE Expertise Bank

Resources for Institutions, Faculty and Students in Response to COVID-19

AAAE COVID-19 Response / Resource and Expert Bank

“Imagine what a harmonious world it could be if every single person, both young and old shared a little of what he is good at doing.”
Quincy Jones

In response to the impact of COVID-19 on our institutions, programs, faculty, and students, the Association of Arts Administration Educators is compiling a searchable database of expertise in key arts administration areas. Please help us build this resource for our community by responding to the following questions.

Your responses will populate a shared Google sheet which you will be able to access in real time. Please take the survey HERE.


View AAAE Expertise Bank HERE.


Additonal Resources

1. "COVID-19 and Your Nonprofit: Crisis Comms, Fundraising and Event Considerations for Challenging Times" Recordings

2. "Managing Nonprofit Finances During the Coronavirus Crisis"

3. The website for art and art-adjacent personal stories during COVID-19 is now live. Please share with your networks, and share your own stories at

4. COVID-19 & Freelance Artists Resources

5. National Endowment for the Arts - COVID-19 Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations 

6. New York Foundation for the Arts - Rauschenberg Emergency Grants

7. Actors Fund - Entertainment Assistance Program

8. Association of Performing Arts Professionals Resources

9. SMU Data Arts Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic 

10. USITT Teaching Archive is offering free online resources for educators in technical theatre areas 

11. National Coalition for Arts' Preparedness & Emergency Response

12. Theatre Communications Group - Research and Resources

13. Americans for the Arts - Arts U: Arts and Culture Sector and the Coronavirus: "What we Know and How to Move Forward" webinar

14. Claremont College - "Preparing to Move Your Courses Online" video

15. Lidia Varbanova - "Managing the Arts in the Time of an Invisible Monster"

16. - "4 Ways to Engage Major Donors During the COVID-19 Crisis"