Art During a Pandemic

Art During a Pandemic
Posted on 04/24/2020
COVID-19 Student Art

Danica Bleess-Winter, Art Teacher, asked her students to respond to the COVID19 pandemic through an artwork of their choice. Check out their awesome artwork here

Art is an outlet for everyone in a time of isolation during quarantine. Art Therapy can help relieve anxiety and depression. 

AMERICAN ART THERAPY ASSOCIATION has released resources for Art Therapy during the COVID-19 pandemic: 

 -  The Quarantine Family Toolkit by Kristin Ramsey, ATR-BC, LPC. Check out the Toolkit for art activities for kids and teens. 

 -   #Coronart is a Facebook group for people to share their artful  responses to  COVID-19. “Calling all artists/crafters/makers/creators! Please post your personal rendition of the corona virus. Paint it, draw it, build it, carve it, knit it, grow it, sing it, play it! "

 -  Best Practices for Using Art Supplies  Hygienically During the COVID-19 Outbreak

 -  If you need help, please text SHARE to 741741 to reach a crisis counselor with Crisis Text Line. You can also call The Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 to be connected to free and confidential support and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.

We have created The Virtual Calming Room to provide resources and tools for coping with difficult times.