Authored and Submitted by Thais Montanari to the Participatory Creative Music Hub.
"We did 3 different projects that allowed art students to be able to work together and collaborate to build pieces that emphasized and highlighted that art unites us. Some created their contribution to pieces in person in class while for others the art was creates at home.
My name is Shauna Carpinelli and I am the curriculum chair of the art department and the visual arts teacher at Holy Trinity C.S.S in Courtice Ontario. I am writing to you today to share our pandemic art story!
A House Made of Dawn is a search for a cosmology and a concurrent culture amongst the zeros and ones of our digital society, a collection of philosophical and creative works reflecting on digital aesthetics — where we are and where we are heading. Science is a seeing that is in its
My voice students and I (30 students, between the ages of 7 and 70, all kinds of experience, talent levels, etc) are in the middle of Broad-MAY.
I want to share a little about my shift to on-line teaching.
We are proud to be running arts projects for and with students during this challenging time. We see the arts as a powerful agent of change and hope, especially during this time where our kids have gone through so many hardships due to the pandemic.