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[BKARTS] Insurance SOS

> Thanks to all of you who have so generously responded on and off line
>  to my question about insurance coverage while teaching a private workshop.
> As this class will not be not taught in my apartment, my homeowner's policy
would not cover any loss of life or maiming of limbs that might occur. 

One suggestion has been offered, that I call it a party with a cover charge,
which would be covered under the space's policy! Looking into that.

I remain ever hopeful that when there's a will there's a way!

Still dancing,

Alice Simpson
New York
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> Date:    Thu, 3 Apr 2003 11:03:20 -0500
> From:    Kathy Parulski <ibindbooks@xxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Insurance SOS
> Hello,
> I checked with my insurer since I often ahve workshops here and she said 
> that my
> coverage would cover anyone just as it would during an open studio etc on a
> normal basis. Are you expecting a large number of students? are you covered
> anyway?
> Check your existing policy and probably it covers any mishaps...I teach 
> young
> people and we all know that a bindery is not really kid safe..
> Kathy
> <...Does anyone know of insurance for artists teaching workshops?>>

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