Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: #saytheirname
Museums were already in a time of transition before the coronavirus pandemic shut them down and death of George Floyd brought racism and other "colonial" attitudes - like "cultural looting" - to the forefront of the public consciousness. How to move forward; how to listen and reevaluate is the challenge now. (Major U.S. Museums Criticized for Responses to Ongoing George Floyd Protests)
The craft resistance is helping folks rediscover or lay claim to skills and creativity they might not have thought of in a while - if ever. And Craftivism is ... a thing.
If it's been a while since you tried your hand at papier-mâché, Smash a Coronavirus Piñata. You’ll Feel Better.
If you're a fan of eating your veggies, take heart; you can create photographs with them instead (Video: Mathieu Stern uses beet juice to create an 'anthotype' prints).
And Karen Savage-Blue's submission to the AICHO Artists' Respond to COVID-19 campaign (Local artist spreads awareness about COVID-19 through painting).