From the moment this pandemic hit our community, Michael Lisagor has been providing the series: “Mike’s Musings: ___ and the Coronavirus.” He fills in that blank space with a historical figure and their “take” on the current covid-19 pandemic. It’s been a rich series that’s provided insight, levity, and comfort during this difficult time. In this interview by Trude Lisagor aka Most Beautiful One, he lets us into his creative inspiration for beginning this series.
The first article Mike wrote in this series was, Pema Chodron and the Coronavirus. After completing his second article, Helen Keller and the Coronavirus, Bainbridge Performing Arts came knocking. They issued a call for all creatives to share their work in a series called, “The Covid Monologues.” Mike submitted a video featuring Hellen Keller. Here’s what he produced:
Upon completing his second article, Mike has not slowed down! Below are the linked articles to his artwork in this series. We’ve been greatly enriched by his contribution and look forward to more as we navigate through this pandemic.
ABOUT MIKE LISAGOR – Mike Lisagor plays harmonica and sings in Good Karma Blues. He has written hundreds of magazine articles and blogs on a variety of business and Buddhist related topics. He is the author of “Romancing the Buddha,” which he adapted into a successful one-man show that he performed at Bainbridge Performing Arts and in Los Angeles and Washington D.C. His nature photographs have appeared in the Boston Globe, Bainbridge Island Magazine, Living Buddhism as well as in several local galleries. His latest graphic art project, “Reimagined Nature”, is in the lobby of New Motion Physical Therapy.