The Arts & Humanities Bainbridge team, which brings you Currents, has curated a new list for you of recent cultural content. There are articles on dance in the time of COVID, resources for artists, an online coloring book for children, and more including a video that will make you want to go fly a kite.
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- Placing women on a different sort of pedestal. Public monuments, and the artists who create them, are beginning to represent women and their achievements.
- Music of Remembrance’s ‘To Life!’ concert honors four musicians who survived the Holocaust.
- Staying apart while staying connected, a children’s coloring book for the pandemic from the University of Wisconsin Communication Task Force.
- Reimagining Lady Liberty’s Torch to Meet this Moment, a solo exhibition by Abigail DeVille in New York.
- Artwork Archive provides artists, collectors and organizations powerful tools to manage their artwork, career or collection and profiles amazing artists.
- Election Anxiety Playlist from The Atlantic with music from Madonna, Shamir and more “to help you express impatience, agitation, and hope.”
- Romancing the Wind by Ray Bethell, a musical video showing the awesome artistry of kite flying.
- Mariechen Meyer, a freelance musician and teacher from Cape Town, launches the South African String Convention.
- “Dance is about what’s happening in the world as much as it’s about the poetry of bodies on a stage.” How dance is responding to these times.
LINDA KRAMER JENNING is a veteran journalist who taught at Georgetown University and worked for national magazines before moving to Bainbridge Island in 2017. She currently is a regular contributor to PostAlley.org and is on the board of AHB.