Minnesota artist Lindsy Halleckson writes about how her art is inspired by the air, and how coronvirus is making an impact
Twin Cities Pride Festival, Naomi Wallace play reading, short film competition, Lakewood Cemetery art therapy, Greater Than Fear series
“Finding music really made me feel part of the world.”
Turning to song in times of uncertainty is nothing new; music has provided a sense of belonging since early human evolution.
We found commonality in our experiences, and were able to speak to hurdles that are hard to articulate.
As we enter the second month of social distancing, many arts organizations are keeping audiences engaged with virtual activities and resources for staying healthy and connected amidst the crisis.
I have become very much a holistic architect. I know that I have to use many different ways at looking at a project, and on behalf of the people who are not there. This is especially important to me because I come from the people who are not there.
I focus best when I am endangering life or limb. Yoga does not zen me out, it makes me angry.
Cinema has always called me, but it took many years for me to listen. My grandpa had a Polaroid and
Editor’s Note: Many events are postponed in April because of the social distancing required to curb the spread of COVID-19.