Lackawanna County Covid-19 Creative Community Resources guide has been updated to include the link to the application for self-employed and gig workers to apply for unemployment, new grant opportunity from the National Endowment for the Humanities and a sheet and grantwriting tips. If you are just learning about the guide, it was created by The Lackawanna County Arts and Culture Department and several other agencies a City of Scranton Office of Economic and Community Development, Everhart Museum, The Lackawanna County Arts Culture and Education Council, Meoni Graphics+Promotion, NEPA Alliance, Scranton Area Foundation, Scranton Tomorrow, the Small Business Development Center and United Neighborhood Centers of NEPA collaborated to create this to help guide our creative community during this time. If you would like more information on this guide feel free to contact Maureen Mcguigan, Deputy Director of Arts and Culture for Lackawanna County at firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to visit us on Facebook at @LackawannaCountyArts and twitter @ArtsLackawanna. Stay safe, healthy and creative.
Artwork by Constance Denchy