Tuesday, May 19, 2020, 6:30 p.m.8:30 p.m.
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Artist Jonathan Herrera Soto will facilitate a group discussion about art making during COVID-19 and its aftermath. In the wake of decimated institutional frameworks, what survival strategies can artists implement immediately and long-term to nurture mental, financial, spiritual, and communal well-being? How can we individually and collectively make room and grieve what we’ve lost? How can artists plan for and navigate deadlines for funding, opportunity, and support in a seemingly time-less time? What is the role of institutions, in collaboration with artists, in the task of unlearning and reorienting to frameworks that no longer are of service to us?
This discussion will congregate as a toolkit of resources that Herrera Soto will put together and share afterwards—a folder of pertinent readings, application deadlines, and links to resources.


This free workshop is generously sponsored by Debra Cohen and Craig Fields