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Charlotte Amalie
Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Arts & Literature

COVID Creativity: Paintings and Poem by Pamela New

The painting is as always for me, on a repurposed canvas. I love how the previous artist's brush strokes inform my work, as nothing is planned when I begin a piece. My muse is often a woman with a large head wrap symbolizing knowledge, genetic memory, warp and weft of cultures.

COVID Creativity: Poem by Filippo Cassinelli

COVID Creativity is a new Source arts feature highlighting the work of our creative readers as they respond to a time of global pandemic.

COVID Creativity: ‘The Coffee Table’ by Ann Nayer

COVID Creativity is a new Source arts feature highlighting the work of our creative readers as they respond to a time of global pandemic.

COVID Creativity: Painting by Marilyn May

COVID Creativity is a new Source arts feature highlighting the work of our creative readers as they respond to a time of global pandemic.

COVID Creativity: Poems by Pasquale Trozzolo

COVID Creativity is a new Source arts feature highlighting the work of our creative readers as they respond to a time of global pandemic.

Source at Home Reading Series: ‘I Will Make Miracles’

During the novel coronavirus pandemic, as children are forced to leave their normal routines and settings and “shelter in place,” away from friends and school, the Source staff is presenting readings of books in the spirit of offsetting the confusion and upheaval in their lives.

COVID Creativity: Ceramics by Jessica Rosenberg

As an artist I respond to my place, circumstances and in this latest case, a pandemic. The COVID pandemic will mark each of us forever, and so I felt that making an object to be used daily would help keep the confusion, anxiety and fear in our memories, so that we might prevent this from happening again.

Artist Amy Gibbs and Others Invite the Public to Online Creativity Sessions

Even as the COVID-19 pandemic lays waste to many of our most cherished activities, people continue to find ways to use online spaces to connect with each other.
The Lascaux cave drawings in France are an early example of humanity's urge to create.

COVID Creativity Shines a Light in the Darkness

Inspired by friends and associates near and far, the Source decided to create an entire section in all three publications to highlight the art, poetry, literature and creations defying categorization of our readers and friends.

V.I. Source at Home Reading Series: ‘Where the Wild Things Are’

During the novel coronavirus pandemic, as children are forced to leave their normal routines and settings and “shelter in place,” away from friends and school, the Source staff is presenting readings of children’s books.

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