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Creating Community During COVID-19: A reading and discussion of Boulder artists’ responses to the pandemic

June 10 @ 6:00 pm

This event brings together Boulder-based artists, writers, and performers to talk about how the pandemic has impacted and informed their recent work.

First, Carolyn Kerchof will read from current drafts of Boulder COVID Stories, a storytelling and print publishing project (the publication is due out in winter 2021.

Second, a panel of Boulder artists will discuss their pandemic experiences and their works in progress, and answer questions from the audience.

This event is an opportunity for Boulderites to reflect on the past year together. The audience members will be invited to take an exclusive look at works in progress, explore how the pandemic impacted local artists, and discuss everything from social distancing in dance, to visualizing the pandemic in textile art.

Part 1: Reading of drafts from the Boulder COVID Stories project: By Carolyn Kerchof

Part 2: Panel Discussion about Creating Community During COVID accompanied by Q&A: with Carolyn Kerchof, Heather Schulte, and Erin Tunbridge this will be Moderated by Jennifer Davis-Flynn


June 10
6:00 pm
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Boulder Covid Stories
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Museum Of Boulder
2205 Broadway
Boulder, 80302
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